Be the Best at Remembering Stuff

Suitable for 7 - 11 years

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A brilliant skills book of memory strategies to turn kids into memory masters! Now children can impress their friends (and teachers) with amazing memory feats! Showing children how to drag information from the back of their brains to the tips of their tongue in an instant, this is a perfect choice for children who like to dazzle others and build up their skills. Be the best!

  • From the smash-hit series that brought you How to Be the Best at Everything
  • Packed with mnemonics, acronyms and other strategies to help children build up memory skills
  • Covers lots of areas, including grammar, history, spelling and music
  • Packed with interesting facts and information
  • A book that makes intelligence and learning seem cool
  • Smart kids who love to impress friends will absolutely love this
  • Teaches skills that are useful in school and everyday life
  • Ideal for bright children; good for some autistic spectrum disorders
  • Encourages kids to excel and be competitive. Now they can be the best!

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  • 128 pages




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  1. AngelofDeath
    on 9 March 2014

    It’s a very helpful book

  2. Stormydachshund
    on 4 June 2010

    This is a really good book that helps you remember stuff like the American Presidents, the Kings and Queens of England and even how to remember how to spell stuff. I recommend it for anyone between the ages of about 10 and 12.

    4out of 5