Joseph Pisenti Featured in Article for Early Bird Books.com

Answers to Questions You’ve Never Asked by Joseph Pisenti was featured in an article written by Kaytie Norman for Early Bird Books.com, read the article here!

Educational Books for Kids to Keep Reading Skills Sharp

When in doubt, hit the books.

By Kaytie Norman

One of the biggest challenges that has come with COVID-19 is schooling—while kids are learning remotely, parents have been expected to become substitute teachers on top of their other jobs and parenting duties. And until we have a vaccine, remote learning is going to be the status quo in many areas.

While there aren’t any easy ways to balance parenting, working and schooling, we do have one suggestion to make life a bit more bearable: educational books for kids. Whether your child prefers fascinating nonfiction books, trivia books or reading a classic children’s book, there’s plenty of options.

And we bet any parent will feel better with more screen time if it’s spent on something with long-term benefits, like reading. Plus, by using a dedicated ereader, or locking the other apps on a phone or tablet, parents can be sure that their kids aren’t doing the virtual equivalent of putting a magazine inside a textbook.

Answers to Questions You’ve Never Asked

By Joseph Pisenti

Kids who love trivia will devour this text from YouTube sensation Joseph Pisenti, aka RealLifeLore, which tackles everything from “Why do we have borders?” to “Why did Vikings wear helmets?”

In his debut book, Pisenti explores the nonsensical humor of the universe with in-depth analysis of empires, economies, and ecosystems as he helps answer the ridiculous. Why, you ask? Because someone has to. Using line drawings, graphs, and charts, Pisenti not only details the absurd—he also provides explanations on why things are . . . and why they aren’t.

Read entire article here.


Answers to Questions You’ve Never Asked

Explaining the What If in Science, Geography and the Absurd

Fun facts for kids of all ages. When you take the most absurd parts of history, science, economics and geography, you end up with a pretty confusing picture of humanity. Why do we have borders, what’s the furthest you can get from the ocean, how do you qualify as a country and why did Vikings wear those silly helmets? These are just a few of the strange questions that bounce around the head of YouTube sensation Joseph Pisenti, aka RealLifeLore.