RANDOM FACTS

BOOK TITLES OF LENA SHAW

Do you like intriguing, mysterious, and fun facts and trivia? If yes, this book is for you! "1000 Random Facts And Trivia (Vol.1)" is the first book in the new series. It provides an incredible amount of absolutely random entertaining, eye-opening, funny, weird, unbelievable, surprising, and/or silly facts. There are exactly 1,000 facts in this book - I am not kidding! Many of them will blow your mind!

This book will help you to impress even the smartest and the most knowledgeable friends of yours. Use some of these interesting facts to start a conversation, to make a new friend, or to raise a laugh of someone you love. Impress people at party with all the cool facts from this book. If you got a pub quiz or trivia night to go to, you should also get this book. This is your chance to become popular and to win every time! This book is also family-friendly and safe for kids.

Would you like to get the newest portion of intriguing, mysterious, and fun facts? Do you love trivia? If yes, this book is for you! "1000 Random Facts And Trivia (Vol.2)" is the second book in the series. It provides an incredible amount of absolutely random entertaining, crazy, silly, eye-opening, funny, weird, unbelievable, awesome, and/or shocking facts. There are exactly 1,000 facts in this book - I am not kidding! Many of them will blow your mind!

This book is also family-friendly and safe for kids. It will help you to impress even the smartest and the most knowledgeable friends of yours. Use some of these interesting facts to start a conversation, to make new friends, or to raise a laugh of someone you love. Impress people at the party with all the cool facts from this book. If you've got a pub quiz or trivia night to go to, take this book and it will help you a lot. This is your chance to become smarter and more popular!

Do you know what can force the mother hamster put her baby into her own mouth? Have you heard of the incredible inventions such as the Cat Meow Machine, or the White Goat Paper Recycler? Did you know how affordable and how tiny is the world’s smallest drone? Would you like to read some of the newest and the most incredible facts? If the answer is YES, this book is FOR YOU!

“1000 Random Facts and Trivia (Vol.3)” is the much-anticipated third book in the series. The book provides a remarkable amount of absolutely random entertaining, insane, silly, chin-dropping, funny, odd, unthinkable, stunning, and/or shocking facts. There are exactly 1,000 facts in this book - I am not kidding! Many of these amazing facts will literally blow your mind! This book is family-friendly and safe for your children. It will help you to impress even the smartest and the most knowledgeable friends of yours. You will come across as a very smart person whenever you mention some of these facts at a party or in the other mostly informal places. Start conversations, make new friends, and raise a laugh of your beloved with these random facts! If you've got a pub quiz or trivia night to go to, get this book and that’s the only assistant you’ll ever need! This is your chance to become funnier, cooler, and more informed in no time!

Do you want to read interesting facts about the USA that will blow your mind? If your answer is YES, this book is for you.

The examples of the random facts about the United States inside this book:

Toilet paper was invented in New York City in 1857 by Joseph Gayetty.

In 2016, Statista calculated that 98.98% of Americans use toilet paper.

If the state of California was a country, it would have the seventh largest economy in the world.

Also, California’s GDP is twice as big as Russia’s GDP.

President John F. Kennedy was buried without his brain as it was stolen during his autopsy.

Do you want to know a lot about the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland? Do you like incredible facts - funny and crazy, surprising and unbelievable? If your answer is YES, this book is for you.

The examples of the random facts about the UK inside this book:

The United Kingdom had the first subway or underground train system on the planet. It was constructed in London over 154 years ago and is commonly known as the Tube.

If you live in the United Kingdom you have a chance to receive a birthday card from Queen Elizabeth on your 100th birthday.

All horses, donkeys, and mules in the UK must have a horse passport if you wish to move them around the country.

The world’s first test-tube baby, Louise Brown was created and born in the United Kingdom in 1978.

Did you know India is like no other place in the world? Do you like interesting random facts about this country - funny and sad, awesome and ridiculous, surprising and unbelievable? If your answer is YES, this book is for you.

The examples of the random facts inside this book:

Over 11% of smokers in the world live in India.

About 22.2 million people in India are under trial. It is one of the biggest numbers in the world which is far more than the population of the Netherlands (17.04 million in 2017).

India was an island about 100 million years ago, while Sri Lanka was connected to India back then.

In 2017, India’s capital city, New Delhi banned every single disposable plastic item including bags, cups, cutlery, etc.

Are you passionate about Spain, Spanish people, their sexuality, festivals, culture, and architecture? Are you in love with Barcelona? Madrid? Valencia? Ibiza? Millions of hearts all around the world start beating faster when they hear the names of these magnificent places with rich history and inimitable atmosphere. If you are one of Spain's real fans, THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU.

The examples of the random facts about Spain inside this book:

Spanish football teams FC Barcelona and FC Real Madrid are the second and the third most valuable football clubs in the world behind Manchester United FC only. Barcelona is worth €3.64 billion and Real Madrid is worth €3.58 billion.

Queen Juana la Loca, traveled around the country with her dead husband, in a glass coffin for several years. “Loca” means “crazy”. She was the second queen of unified Spain.

The Spanish explorer, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo discovered the Gulf of California in 1539. No other European has been on the territory of the modern California before.

Antonio Banderas, the film star is from Malaga. He was a football player until he broke his foot at the age of 14, causing him to change career.

Did you know that woodlands and forests occupy 31% of Germany? Do you like to discover tons of new and unobvious facts about Germany; to feel the spirit of Oktoberfest and to picture the ancient castles arising from the Bavarian forest? If your answer is YES, this book is for you.

The examples of the random facts from this book:

Costa Rica wasn’t present at the Treaty of Versailles, so they’ve been at war with Germany since World War I. Theoretically, they still are.

In the 1930s, the German government was allowed by Hollywood to censor movies that were sensitive towards the Nazis and Germany.

When observed from space, East and West Germany still look different. This is because different street lights are being used.

If you want to order a beer in a German pub, you should indicate ‘one’ with your thumb exclusively.

Did you know that the French President Charles de Gaulle has survived 32 assassination attempts? Have you heard that Hitler had to climb 1,665 stairs in order to get to the top of the Eiffel Tower because the French cut the elevator's cables? Do you like to read tons of new and unobvious facts about France; to feel the spirit of romantic streets of Paris and to smell over 10 billion baguettes, which are baked in France yearly? If your answer is YES, this book is for you.

The examples of the random facts about France:

The first system for public transport was introduced in France in the 1660s. It was done with five-floor carriages pulled by horses.

In France, all gathered mushrooms can be taken to the pharmacists where they will be checked for toxicity free of charge.

'Crayola' is actually a French word that can be translated to ‘oily chalk’.

There’s a person in Paris that invites strangers from all over the world for dinner in his house. Jim Haynes has been doing this for the last thirty years, every week, and you may book yourself a dinner seat on his website.

Did you know Tower of Pisa has been leaning for more than 800 years? Did you know there are two sovereign mini-states surrounded by Italy - Vatican City and San Marino? Have you heard of the Italian city, which has paved streets since 1339; or another place in Italy with an olive tree which is over 1,700 years old? If you're a fan of Italian food, culture, history, and architecture, this book is for you.

The examples of the random facts about Italy:

The Italian bank Credito Emiliano has taken strange collateral for a loan of a small business since 1953. It has been a huge wheel of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.

Red wine flows from a fountain in Caldari di Ortona located in the central part of Italy 24 hours every day. Except for the drunkards, everyone is allowed to drink from it for free.

The word 'trivia' has Italian roots. It comes from the Latin word ‘trivium’ that can be translated into ‘an intersection of three roads’ and it can even mean ‘some unimportant place’.

In the 1300s Modena and Bologna were in a battle over a bucket. It ended with 2,000 casualties and the bucket was never retrieved by the people of Bologna.

Did you know there is a whole island full of rabbits in Japan? Have you heard that outside of Japan, the majority of Japanese live in Brazil? What do you know about Hello Kitty toilet paper and vending machines, selling fake used ladies' underpants? If you're a fan of the Japanese food, culture, history, and architecture, this book is for you.

The examples of the random facts about Japan:

Owning a sword or a handgun is illegal in Japan.

The only Japanese survivor from the Titanic, Masabumi Hosono was considered a coward in his homeland because he hadn’t died with everyone else.

Japan accepted refugees, who were Jewish, during the Second World War, in spite of the fact that Japan was allied with Nazi Germany.

A Japanese marathon runner quit the Olympics in 1912 and went back to Japan. But he didn’t tell the officials about that. Because of this, he was marked as a missing person in Sweden for fifty years.

Did you know the North Korean side of the demilitarized zone uses Samsung air conditioners manufactured in South Korea? Do you realize that according to North Korean propaganda, Kim Jong-un can control the weather? Aren't you stunned that the American citizen Jeffrey Fowle forgot a bible in a restaurant’s bathroom in North Korea and he was sent to prison for five months?

North Korea has made the headlines recently thanks to its unique way of living, so to speak. It’s definitely a one-of-a-kind country that’s poised to stun you and shock you from its culture and traditions to its leaders, as well as the current events surrounding the country.

Here we lay out everything – the good and the bad – so step into the mysterious Asian country with these 500 North Korea facts.

Ready for Harry Potter fun facts and secret trivia that will knock you off your brooms? Harry Potter is the phenomenon that has swept the globe, smashing records and nesting in all of our hearts. Yes, it’s almost unbelievable to understand how all of it had happened and why the world fell in love with the boy wizard. From the fantastic books written by the British author J.K. Rowling to the blockbuster movies that were welcomed by hundreds of fans outside the cinemas worldwide, Harry Potter’s legacy lives on and is still felt in the pop culture.

That’s why we’ll look at the ultimate list of 500 (yeah, you read that right) Potter-related facts! Enjoy and prepare to read tons of exciting facts! You and your kids will love this book... Grab it today!

Are you a real fan of Game of Thrones? If the answer is YES, you cannot miss this treasure trove of information about your favorite world of fantasies.

Join Lena as she reveals the most incredible secrets and jaw-dropping facts about the books and the show, the characters and their relationships, the battles and their locations, the actors, the actresses, and their personal lives...

The mysterious world of Game of Thrones will become even more amazing as soon as you read all the random facts in this book.

Do you love a good movie? Are you a fan of fun facts about successful actors and films? If yes, you will definitely enjoy this movie trivia book greatly. It will help you to rediscover tons of thrilling, chin-dropping, and simply amazing facts about some of the best movies, actresses, and actors in the history.

This book is a great, yet simple and entertaining read. It's totally family-friendly and it may be the best gift for a film-lover of any age. The book is filled with film industry related interesting facts, short life stories of the actors, bizarre situations that occurred in their careers, and so much more!

If you've got a pub quiz or movie trivia night to go to, I suggest that you get this book! This is your chance to learn and reclaim in your memory some of the greatest facts about your favorite movies, characters, and actors. Also, you may do it in no time, while having so much fun!

Which president worked from his bedroom where he has never slept? Who is the only ex-prisoner of war to be elected U.S. President? Which president painted the White House? Which president had the largest shoe size? Thousands of similar interesting and crazy questions have found their answers in this Presidential trivia book of facts.

If you are interested in the greatest accomplishments of the U.S. Presidents, and their miserable shame... If you want to find out who is the most forgettable U.S. President, and who established long-lasting traditions, you need to grab this facts book.

I'm sure many political experts and history lovers will be puzzled and excited while reading this great collection.

Ready for Harry Potter fun facts and secret trivia that will knock you off your brooms? Harry Potter is the phenomenon that has swept the globe, smashing records and nesting in all of our hearts. Yes, it’s almost unbelievable to understand how all of it had happened and why the world fell in love with the boy wizard. From the fantastic books written by the British author J.K. Rowling to the blockbuster movies that were welcomed by hundreds of fans outside the cinemas worldwide, Harry Potter’s legacy lives on and is still felt in the pop culture.

That’s why we’ll look at the ultimate list of 500 (yeah, you read that right) Potter-related facts! Enjoy and prepare to read tons of exciting facts! You and your kids will love this book... Grab it today!