Duke It Out With History
- Historical figures go head-to-head in hilarious situations
- 100 famous figures and 50 scenarios to mix-and-match
- Recommended for ages 8+
Duke It Out With HistoryCharles Dickens versus Mother Teresa in a lightsaber duel - who would win? How about a karaoke showdown between Nelson Mandela and Jane Austen? It's time to take the classic "who would win?" debate into history with Who Wins? - a compelling game that asks kids (or any of us, really) to mix and match 100 historical figures in 50 competitive categories, from ping-pong to climbing Mount Everest.
Recommended for anyone ages 8 and up, and there are no right answers, so it's up to you to declare the winners! Each of the famous figures is given a short bio and ranked in six categories: bravery, leadership, artistry, wealth, wisdom, and fitness, to help you decide. So who emerge victorious when Cleopatra and Galileo go head-to-head in a hot dog eating contest? You tell us: who wins?
- Author: Clay Swartz, Illustrated by Tom Booth
- Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
- ISBN: 9780761185444
- Pages: 104
- Cover: Spiral-bound
- Year: 2016
- Edition: Spi edition
- Genre: Comedy
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