Enter the Nat Geo Kids WEIRD BUT TRUE! USA contest.
Tell Us Something Weird But True
About Your Town or State.
Discover a verifiably weird fact about your town or state and mail it to us by January 15, 2019. If your fact is featured on the National Geographic Kids website next March, you’ll win two books: Weird But True! USA and Weird But True 10!
Wave the Red, White, and Blue to Celebrate Weird But True!
Canadians! Enter our Weird But True Canada contest.
CHECK OUT WEIRD BUT TRUE FACTS FROM THE BOOK.
- Michigan has a floating post office.
- Montana has more cows than people.
- The city of Los Angeles was founded in 1781, nine years before Washington, D.C.
- There is a UFO watchtower in San Luis Valley, Colorado.
- If Alaska were cut in half, each half would still be bigger than Texas.
- Alligators sometimes eat sharks in Florida.
In stores March 2019.