Who Wins?: 100 Historical Figures Go Head-to-Head and You Decide the Winner! (Spiral bound)
Mixing and matching 100 historical figures in 50 competitive categories, from Ping-Pong to climbing Mount Everest, Who Wins? turns history into a compelling game, which means kids learn while having fun in the process. Each of the famous people is given a short bio and ranked in six categories—bravery, leadership, artistry, wealth, wisdom, and fitness.
And because there are no right answers, the reader decides, and in the very act of deciding and justifying the answer, real learning has taken place.
A 2017 YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers.
About the Author
CLAY SWARTZ is a writer and associate editor at Boys’ Life magazine.
"A battle royale that stretches across human history in delightfully ridiculous ways." — Publishers Weekly
"An unforgettable fact trove and endless debates." — Mental_Floss
"History just got a whole lot more warped and wacky." — Entertainment Weekly
"This genius concept is so much fun that your kids won't even realize they are learning about fascinating historical figures, from Nelson Mandela to Marie Curie, and honing their debating skills in the process." — Barnes & Noble Kids Blog
"It has brought us hours of fun, laughs, crazy scenarios, and learning." — Kidliterati.com