Origin of Everyday Things (2020)

Origin of Everyday Things History buffs science students lovers of popular culture and natural born detectives will plunge right into this ultimate guide for curious minds It s absolutely fascinating with background on the
  • Title: Origin of Everyday Things
  • Author: Johnny Acton Tania Adams Matt Packer
  • ISBN: 9781402743023
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Hardcover
  • History buffs, science students, lovers of popular culture, and natural born detectives will plunge right into this ultimate guide for curious minds It s absolutely fascinating, with background on the origins of than 300 modern phenomena, objects, sayings, stories, and superstitions that most people take for granted Complete with humorous illustrations and easy to nHistory buffs, science students, lovers of popular culture, and natural born detectives will plunge right into this ultimate guide for curious minds It s absolutely fascinating, with background on the origins of than 300 modern phenomena, objects, sayings, stories, and superstitions that most people take for granted Complete with humorous illustrations and easy to navigate chapters, the eye opening explanations and amazing anecdotes reveal the truth behind the birth and brilliance of the brown paper bag the 4,000 year history of toothpaste and its torrid past and the reasons for the staying power of popular puzzles from Rubik s Cube to sudoku Find out why we have Nature to thank for Velcro, Valium, and the Guggenheim why we get the blues and not the reds and why Heinz has the Romans to thank for its saucy success Guaranteed to absorb, amuse and delight, it s also a great way to impress friends with your arcane knowledge
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    1. I absolutely love Origin of Everyday Things Whenever i m in that period between finishing a novel and starting a new one this is my go to book to fill in the gap Its informative, not overly specific, and arranged in an easy to follow manner Ive owned it for who knows how many years, but still every time I read it I learn something new.

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