This amazing compendium of information grew out of UK author Molly Oldfield’s podcast answering questions from curious children around the world. Here are 366 such questions, along with answers from experts in every imaginable field – one for every day of the year plus an extra one for leap years – with illustrations by a dozen different artists.
"Everything Under the Sun is a beautifully illustrated book full of questions that young readers will likely have asked aloud or wondered to themselves before. Questions like 'Why do tigers have stripes?' or 'How do our bodies make earwax?' OR if you have a space enthusiast like I do, they probably read the question first and just had to know the answer to 'How long has the storm on Jupiter been raging for?' I love that this book has a calendar layout, one question per day of the year. Of course you can read it in any order you like, but this would also make for a fun family tradition."
-- Oh, the Books We Love!