Brought to you from the team at Britannica Books, Listified! has more than 300 surprising and ingenious lists that will blow your mind.
Enter the listiverse and get ready to see the world in a whole new way. Listified! takes the best and most amazing parts of the universe – erupting volcanoes, medieval machines, jumping spiders, exploding stars and everything in between – and organises them into quirky list form for curious kids and their friends and family to enjoy.
Brought to life by Andrés Lozano’s imaginative and hilarious artworks, each list presents subjects from new and unexpected angles. Ever wondered which 10 dinosaurs were the largest, and what they weighed… in cats? Or how much of your DNA you share with other animals… and bananas? Let Listified! take you on a journey with Britannica’s 300 lists that will blow your mind about everything from the human body, to prehistoric creatures, planet Earth, outer space and the mysteries beyond.
This compendium would make an excellent gift for the fact enthusiast or a great place to find questions for a quiz night, classroom question of the day or online family quizzes which have taken off in COVID-19 times. An enjoyable book to browse and go back to time and time again…highly recommended
A treasure trove of fun and fantastic facts.
Jam-packed with fascinating information and full of enough facts and trivia to keep any curious child – and their parents – eager to dip in and out for more. Engagingly written and with lovely illustrations, Listified! is an excellent, absorbing book that is also full of fun.
Bright, fun and with an absolute ton of information, Listified! is the ultimate “Dip In and Learn Something” book. It has everything you needed to know – and a million things you’d be delighted to discover.
This is a remarkable book to produce in the age of the internet. At a time when almost all knowledge is available to us at the press of a button on a computer, and at a time when knowledge is changing rapidly and is being almost instantly updated online, why produce a book of facts about the world that will be unwieldy, and will quickly go out of date? Perhaps one answer here is that the book is fun. That it is informative is almost secondary to the fun facts and their inspired arrangement as lists.