Which Two Facts Are True? It's Up to You!
Looking for something to get your family unplugged from their devices and engaged in some lively discussion? Indulge their love of trivia and fun facts with this unique game book of fact versus fiction.
Spend hours straining your brain as you determine which of three statements is nothing but a tall tale:
- You can polish copper with ketchup.
- The man who invented the bulletproof vest never shot a gun.
- A group of owls is called a parliament.
Only two of these statements are true. It's up to you and your family and friends to figure out which ones. Read all three out loud and then use your collective smarts to figure out which one is false. And don't trust the hilarious cartoons—some of them just might lead you astray!
Warning—you might discover that truth really isstranger than fiction. The bulletproof vest was actually invented by a woman. Gotcha!
Sandy Silverthorne has been writing and illustrating books since 1988 and has over 600,000 copies in print. His award-winning Great Bible Adventure children’s series sold more than 180,000 copies and has been distributed worldwide in eight languages. He’s worked with Focus on the Family, Universal Studios, and the Charlotte Hornets.
||Harvest House Publishers (January 1, 2017)
||8 - 12 years
||5.25 x 0.32 x 8 inches