The Silent T Part 1 Paint It Black

The Silent T Part 1 Paint It Black

Kobo ebook | February 6, 2015

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Explore the world and its vagaries through the eyes of Derek Fartwater (the T is silent), his cat, Mr Cat, his half brother Sebastian, and his distinct cousin Marcel as they ponder existence and seek answers to matters of community concern such as; do barbers cut their own hair? and what is the correct stance on the question of being pro or antibiotics?

Follow the cast of thousands, including Boo Boo Knickerblocker, Bruno Veneer, Luigi Antonio Fiasco, Ascorbic the Greek, and Winsome Stretch, as they ask the hard questions including; isn’t it voyeuristic to place wood chips at the base of a tree? would rail tracks last longer if they were brought inside at night? and what was the relationship between Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny?

Explore questions ranging from the mundane to the obnubilate, such as which aliens paint blue triangles on the footpath and how many Indian elephants would fit on the top of a Tata Nano in the Mariana Trench.

Not to be missed because it:

- Is full of facts on matters crucial to the survival of humanity, such as the Defenestration of Prague in 1419, the Roman Catholic Church ruling the beaver was a fish in the 17th century, and the classification of rhubarb in 1947 as a fruit.

- Contains a full complement of wildlife from the West Usambaran Two-horned Chameleon to the Abyssinian Grass Rat, along with less than genuine Abyssinian Guinea Pigs who hail from South America not Africa, and are rodents not pigs.

- Was written and assembled using impeccable sources such as the 1313 edition of Castle Beautiful and A Current Affair - the journal of the electrical engineers association.

Title:The Silent T Part 1 Paint It BlackFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 6, 2015Publisher:Padlock Harris, JrLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN:9990049936778

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