Rocky Mountain National Park Trivia

Rocky Mountain National Park Trivia

Rocky Mountain National Park is full of wonder—and so is this book. You’ll learn about the park’s tallest peaks, biggest waterfalls, largest trees, record climbs, famous people, great events, mysteries, and more!

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Zion & Bryce Canyon Trivia

Zion & Bryce Canyon Trivia

Zion and Bryce Canyon national parks are full of wonder -- and so is this book. Here you will find the biggest and smallest, longest and shortest, first and last, weirdest and wildest, and the who, what, and where of Zion and Bryce Canyon. In this book you'll discover which tree puts out 48 million seeds, what animal jumps the length of a bus, and which bird flies at 200 miles per hour. You'll meet a 90-pound rodent and the world's smallest snail. You'll hear the stories of Native Americans, pioneers, adventurers, artists, and movie stars...

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Yosemite Trivia

Ever wonder which Yosemite plant smells like stinky feet? Or why a certain species of Yosemite cricket will die if you hold it in your hand? Did you know that toads and squirrels are roommates in Yosemite? In this book, you'll find out the roles John Muir, Ansel Adams, Robert Redford, Moses, and some kid named Elmer played in the park's history. You'll learn about the park's tallest cliffs, biggest waterfalls, largest trees, record climbs, famous people, great events, and more! Hundreds of lively questions and answers will keep you entertained...

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Great Smoky Mountains Trivia

Great Smoky Mountains Trivia

A new book called “Great Smoky Mountains Trivia” makes all kinds of facts about the nation’s most visited national park easily accessible and fun to learn. This book covers the odd and unusual aspects of the park, including facts about tipsy wasps, beaver lips, and swimming spores. Readers will be amused by the story of Scratch Britches Ridge and astonished by the unusual method the blue-tailed skink...

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Death Valley Trivia

Death Valley Trivia

Death Valley National Park is full of wonder - and so is this book. Here you will find the biggest and smallest, longest and shortest, first and last, weirdest and wildest, and the who, what, and where of Death Valley. From Telescope Peak to Badwater Basin and everything in between, Death Valley Trivia offers something fascinating, fun, and little known about the area's landscapes, geology, plants, wildlife, weather, explorers, prospectors, outlaws, celebrities - and  more. Carry it on a hike, read it in your car, and take it home to enjoy again and again....

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Grand Teton Trivia

Grand Teton Trivia

Grand Teton National Park is full of wonder – and so is this book. Here you will find the biggest and smallest, longest and shortest, first and last, weirdest and wildest, and the who, what, and where of Grand Teton and Jackson Hole.

From peaks to valley and everything in between, Grand Teton Trivia offers something fascinating, fun, and little known...

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Grand Canyon Trivia

Grand Canyon Trivia

The Grand Canyon is full of wonder--and so is this book. Here you will find the biggest and smallest, longest and shortest, first and last, weirdest and wildest, and the who, what, and where of the Grand Canyon. From rim to rim with the canyon and river in between, Grand Canyon Trivia offers something fascinating, fun, and little known about everything. Take it on a hike, pack it in your raft, carry it on a mule, or enjoy it around a campfire. You can even use it to quiz your companions and play a trivia game...

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BUTTE TRIVIA

Butte Trivia

Butte is unique among Montana cities—some say it is unique among cities anywhere—and now there is a book that proves it. Butte Trivia by longtime Butte resident George Everett is packed with 720 eye-opening questions and answers about the state’s most raucous and rollicking town. From Butte’s wide-open years to modern times, this book mines Butte’s richest veins of astounding facts and figures. Of course, Butte claims many Montana superlatives...

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WYOMING TRIVIA

Wyoming Trivia

What do Broken Nose McCall, Big Nose Parrot, Bad Hand MacKenzie, and Captain Kangaroo have in common? Where can you find ringing rocks, vanishing rivers, and cement trucks mixing up a batch of pancake batter? The answer is Wyoming-- and you can read all about it in Wyoming Trivia, a terrific collection of trivia about the wildest state in the Union. From Cattle Kate and Buffalo Bill Cody to Liver Eatin’ Johnson, all things wild, wooly, and wonderful about Wyoming are here!

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MONTANA TRIVIA

Montana Trivia

This fun-filled, fact-filled trivial extravaganza will keep you laughing, keep you learning, and keep you guessing. Trivia Queen Janet Spencer scoured libraries, archives, and museums for the oddest and most obscure figures, facts, and fascination she could find. The perfect campfire companion! Use the book to play a homemade version of Trivial PursuitTM. Keep a copy in your glovebox, or put it in your bathroom!

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YELLOWSTONE TRIVIA

Yellowstone Trivia

This fun-filled, fact-filled trivial extravaganza will keep you laughing, keep you learning, and keep you guessing. Trivia Queen Janet Spencer scoured libraries, archives, and museums for the oddest and most obscure figures, facts, and fascination she could find. The perfect campfire companion! Use the book to play a homemade version of Trivial PursuitTM. Keep a copy in your glovebox, or put it in your bathroom!

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