Weird But True! Canada celebrates what’s wonderful and wacky about this amazing country with fun and fascinating facts, stats, tidbits, and trivia that are all weird, but true! Did you know that the Royal Mint once created a coin weighing more than 90 kg and valued at over $1 million? Or that Canada was the first country to build a UFO landing pad? Maybe you'd be amazed to discover that Montreal is the second largest French-speaking city in the world? It's all weird—and it's all true…Canada style!
Where to Purchase
National Geographic Kids Weird But True! Canada is available to purchase at Indigo, Barnes & Noble, independent bookstores, Target, Walmart, Amazon, and wherever books are sold.
“About two weeks ago, I was in Toronto for work and had a chance to stay over at my brother’s house. From the moment I arrived, the kids peppered me with trivia and oddball facts. “Auntie Paula, did you know…?” I was amazed how much they knew.” – Thrifty Momma Tips
“While the internet is a wonderful resource for information, nothing takes the place of books. Not only does Weird But True! Canada, provide hours of unplugged entertainment and information, but it’s the FIRST country-specific Weird But True! book. Yay for Canada!” – The Deliberate Mom
“The best part is that my kids can now wow their friends with all these cool and little known facts. The book contains awesome photos to go along with the fun facts, so you can’t go wrong.” – My 3 Little Kittens