Book cover is dark blue with the title over a colourful sun. Around the sun are illustrations of a light-skinned astronaut, a dark-skinned artist in a headscarf, flowers, a medium-skinned boy, a whale, and other animals. The tagline reads 'A curious question for every day of the year'.
Inside spread of the book shows the introduction. The border is grass and flowers, and bees fly across the page. The introduction spans two pages and ends 'love from Molly'.
Inside spread has yellow background and title 'January' and a list of 31 questions. Illustrations include children (diverse skin tones and genders), suns, flowers.
Inside spread shows two whales and fish swimming in the ocean. The question reads 'Can blue whales talk to killer whales?' and the answer is over 3 paragraphs.
Inside spread shows big cats and a zebra. 4 questions span across 2 pages: What is the difference between a jaguar and a leopard? What noise does a zebra make? Why do tigers have stripes? Does a leopard never change it's spots?
Inside spread shows an owl looking upside down. The question reads 'why do owls turn their heads around?' and the answer spans two paragraphs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Book cover is dark blue with the title over a colourful sun. Around the sun are illustrations of a light-skinned astronaut, a dark-skinned artist in a headscarf, flowers, a medium-skinned boy, a whale, and other animals. The tagline reads 'A curious question for every day of the year'.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Inside spread of the book shows the introduction. The border is grass and flowers, and bees fly across the page. The introduction spans two pages and ends 'love from Molly'.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Inside spread has yellow background and title 'January' and a list of 31 questions. Illustrations include children (diverse skin tones and genders), suns, flowers.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Inside spread shows two whales and fish swimming in the ocean. The question reads 'Can blue whales talk to killer whales?' and the answer is over 3 paragraphs.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Inside spread shows big cats and a zebra. 4 questions span across 2 pages: What is the difference between a jaguar and a leopard? What noise does a zebra make? Why do tigers have stripes? Does a leopard never change it's spots?
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Inside spread shows an owl looking upside down. The question reads 'why do owls turn their heads around?' and the answer spans two paragraphs.

Everything Under the Sun

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Everything Under the Sun is a collection of 366 curious questions asked by children from all over the world.
Based on the podcast by Molly Oldfield, the original QI Elf, this book is a must have for any inquisitive mind. 
Read a question a day or dip in whenever you're feeling curious. With this book, you'll have a treasure trove of questions to explore and share all year round.
Some questions include:
  • How much bamboo can a giant panda eat?
  • Do aliens exist?
  • What would we do if we didn't have a prime minister?
  • Why do hammerhead sharks have such strange-shaped heads?
Additional Information: 
  • Author: Molly Oldfield
  • Penguin Puffin
  • 256-page full-colour illustrated hardback edition
  • Publication Date: 09/09/2021
  • 286 x 232 mm