Summary of What Makes Flamingos Pink?: A Colorful Collection of Q & A's for the Unquenchably Curious
In 1999, Bill McLain's Do Fish Drink Water? garnered major national attention. Now, What Makes Flamingos Pink? serves up more of the wild questionsand answersthat McLain has come across as Xerox's Webmaster. Using history, related "factoids," and helpful websites, McLain explains how squirrels don't fall off telephone wires, why our fingers and toes become pruney after a long bath, how seedless watermelons are made, and much more. With queries often as wacky as their responses, this funny and informative book sheds new light on things most of us would never even think to ask about.
About the Author:
Bill McLain was profiled on CNBC, MSNBC, and CNN for Do Fish Drink Water? The former Webmaster for Xerox, he lives in Santa Clara, CA.