- Facts about the states. // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p257
Presents fundamental information about each of the states of the United States and about Puerto Rico. Population; Area; Date that each state entered the union; Postal abbreviations; State symbols including flower, tree and song; Capitals; Largest cities; Important products; Other facts and...
- Strange world. Strange, Wil B. // Campus Life;Sep94, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p70
Offers brief articles on strange happenings and events. Why Florida teacher Tom Desjardins agreed to eat an earthworm sandwich; Wacky English signs in foreign countries; Kitty litter made from recycled newspapers; Famous people's weird pets; Thair Witmer, a Washburn University student, and his...
- Strange world. Strange, Wil B. // Campus Life;Jan1995, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p62
Offers a variety of strange facts and happenings. Why January, named after the Roman god Janus, is a two-faced month; The longest and shortest place names in the world; Harold Smith of Baltimore, who turned an old Datsun into a grass-covered work of art; More.
- Strange world. Strange, Wil B. // Campus Life;Apr95, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p54
Offers a variety of strange facts and happenings. April Fools' Day gags from the past including the British Broadcasting Corporation's documentary about a spaghetti farm; How Betty Crocker never really existed; A call for readers' lunchtime horror stories.
- Strange world. Strange, Wil B. // Campus Life;May/Jun95, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p46
Offers a variety of strange facts and happenings. Lake City, Colorado's annual coffin race in honor of Alfred Packer; The stuffing for the roast camel sometimes served at Arab wedding feasts, from `Beyond Belief'; Number of times hostess Vanna White claps during each `Wheel of Fortune' show;...
- A fishy story. // Current Events;11/17/89, Vol. 89 Issue 10, p3
Discusses the reasons why sardines recently rained from the sky in Ipswich, Australia. Meteorologists think a waterspout probably lifted the sardines from the ocean and deposited them inland.
- Crop circles baffle scientists. // Current Events;9/14/90, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p3
Discusses the mysterious crop circles which are common in southern England. Scientific investigations; July 1990 meeting of scientists in England.
- Ten things you didn't know about the Bahamas. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;5/19/2003 Supplement, p4
Presents facts about the Bahamas. Inclusion of former British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's stay at Andros in his youth to manage his father's plantation; Location of the world's longest underwater cave and cavern system at the Lucayan National Park on Grand Bahama; Actor Sidney...
- For your information. // Government Product News;Feb97, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p3
Presents some news and information on the United States. Estimated population for US; Complimentary Dispoz-A-Scoops for dog walkers; Nebraska police department's fundraising with the Special Olympics.
- Forteana. Sieveking, P. // New Statesman & Society;3/22/91, Vol. 4 Issue 143, p55
Opinion. Presents a hand-picked review of the weird and wonderful.