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  • Author:
    Michael Kesterton
  • ISBN:
    0771044518
  • ISBN13:
    978-0771044519
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    McClelland & Stewart (April 20, 1996)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Globe and Mail empoyee Michael Kesterton is photographed for logo shoot in studio at 444 Front Street West in Toronto, Ont. on March 10, 2010

Globe and Mail empoyee Michael Kesterton is photographed for logo shoot in studio at 444 Front Street West in Toronto, Ont. on March 10, 2010. Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail. On the morning of June 12, 1990, Globe and Mail readers discovered a new feature in their newspapers. It was a daily miscellany of information called Social Studies, a collection of information that could be important or inconsequential, but always intriguing

Now they are making their debut as a book.

Michael Kesterton (1946–2018) was a columnist with The Globe and Mail. His weekday column, "Social Studies," was published from June 12, 1990 until July 1, 2013. Kesterton's father was a professional photographer and trade publication writer and his mother was a real estate agent.

Social Studies are brain snacks - truths, trivia, and tidbits of information written with sly wit for the entertainment and instruction of inquiring minds. Now they are making their debut as a book. Open up the covers and fall into the weird and delightful world of Social Studies.

Michael Kesterton (born 1946) is a columnist with The Globe and Mail. Since 1990, his weekday column, "Social Studies", has been running on the back page of the Life section. The final appearance of the column was 1 July 2013. In 1969, Kesterton began working at The Globe and Mail as a proofreader. After seven years he moved to the computer room.

Michael Kesterton (born 1946) is a columnist with The Globe and Mail In 2007, Kesterton completed writing a novel set in 1925 Africa. 1 Early life In 2007, Kesterton completed writing a novel set in 1925 Africa Kesterton lives in the west end of Toronto.

Michael Kesterton (1946-2018) was a columnist with The Globe and Mail. His second book, The Twelve Best Months of the Year, was published in 1998. His weekday column, Social Studies, was published from June 12, 1990 until July 1, 2013. In 2007, Kesterton completed writing a novel set in Africa in 1925. Information about publication is not known. On December 5, 2018, Michael Kesterton passed away at the age of 72. His death was attributed to Parkinson's-related pneumonia. Christie Blatchford is a Canadian newspaper columnist, journalist and broadcaster. She has published four non-fiction books. Here, peculiar statistics rub shoulders with absurd facts, and arcane anecdotes with historical oddities, in a potpourri of deliciously diverting epigrams, adages, and amusements.

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“Social Studies” are brain snacks – truths, trivia, and tidbits of information written with sly wit for the entertainment and instruction of inquiring minds. For over five years, Michael Kesterton has been compiling them daily for the Globe and Mail, and Brian Gable has been illustrating them. Now they are making their début as a book. Open up the covers and fall into the weird and delightful world of Social Studies.Here, peculiar statistics rub shoulders with absurd facts, and arcane anecdotes with historical oddities, in a potpourri of deliciously diverting epigrams, adages, and amusements. Gathered from a multitude of sources, both serious and silly, and illustrated by Brain Gable’s quirky cartoons, Social Studies contains an abundance of idiosyncratic and bizarre topics, including the growth of Beatlemania and the origins of income tax, choice tabloid headlines, a personality profile of Godzilla, and accounts of attack rabbits.Social Studies readers can be found at the epicentre of the liveliest parties, their small talk sprinkled with strange facts and enchanting bon mots, thanks to Michael Kesterton.