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Seeing is Believing is one of the many books Ripley's Believe It or Not has for you to purchase. A new one is released every year. We own four of them but there are many more!Seeing is Believing

Title: Seeing is Believing

Author: Ripley's Believe It or Not

Series: Ripley's Believe It or Not Annual Series

Publisher: Ripley Publishing

Genre: Non-Fiction

Pages: 256

Release Date: August 4, 2009

Buy Links: Amazon

Seeing is Believing Book Summary:

The 6th title in the best selling Ripley’s Believe It or Not! annual series is a compendium of incredible bizarre facts, stories, interviews and features all presented in a stunning bright new design.

This year’s book features icons that guide readers to astounding video clips on our new fully-integrated website, where they can see some of our subjects in action.

Be amazed at the dentist with no arms, the snake that swallowed a wallaby, an underwater sculptor and a four-eared cat!  For the legions of dedicated Ripley’s fans, and anyone else on the planet who loves unbelievable facts and jaw-dropping images, the latest annual in this successful series is a feast of delights.  Also, a dramatic eight-page gatefold section presents some extraordinary performers of the past, and additional black and white Ripley archive photographs feature throughout the book.

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My thoughts on Seeing is Believing:

My family loves to collect the Ripley's Believe it or Not Books. We have 4 in total. I've watched the television show growing up. Ripley's Believe It or Not is known to find these crazy stories we had no idea even existed.

Seeing is Believing and the other books in the series are a good way to get older children to read. It's also a good family bonding time. My daughter loved to curl up and read books with me even when she was old enough to read on her own. It's a great way to discuss topics that interest your child, and you can even do some research on the topics together.

Do you own any of the Ripley's Believe It or Not Books?