Reviews

Your Pinkie is More Powerful Than Your Thumb

 

From Stephanie Abney, Deseret News in Salt Lake City, Utah:
"...For busy people who would like to become well-versed in a variety of topics in a short amount of time, this book is the perfect match. While many tweens and teens find this type of information fun, there are enough facts of a more adult nature that might prevent parents from sharing this book with their children." Read entire review. Download review pdf

 

 

From Terri Schlichenmeyer, syndicated reviewer:
"Want to know a little bit about a lot of things? With ten basic subjects but plenty of mental wandering, author Mark Di Vincenzo gives you that knowledge in "Your Pinkie is More Powerful Thank Your Thumb". It's fun, and yep, it's irresistible. If you're a lightweight in the knowledge department, or if your brain just needs a work-out, you'll want this book. For you, "Your Pinkie is More Powerful Than Your Thumb" is something to get your fingers on." Read entire review

 

 

From the Suwannee (Fla.) Democrat:

Neanderthals wore makeup and jewelry, ice can save your life---and your little finger is responsible for a whopping 50% of your hand's power. These and 300 more amazing tidbits are explained in delicious detail in this clever, candid and comprehensive smorgasbord of fascinating factoids guaranteed to make you, as the cover promises, "wealthier, healthier and smarter than everyone else."

 

 

From New Jersey Magazine:

Although a veteran award-winning journalist, Mark Di Vincenzo is new to the book-writing world as 2009's "Buy Ketchup In May And Fly At Noon: A Guide To The Best Time To Buy This, Do This And Go There" was his first book. Subtitled "And 333 Other Surprising Facts That Will Make You Wealthier, Healthier and Smarter Than Everyone Else," this title is a proper follow-up to "Buy Ketchup." It is reading that not only fills you with little-known trivia, but often information about how to save money and improve one-self. Concise and always interesting, this is my favorite kind of reading. Angles, cups and pinkies prevail.

 

 

 

 
"Di Vincenzo is ready to wow readers with some truly odd, head-shaking tidbits, covering topics as wide as health, money, food, animals, and history. But don’t expect ho-hum kinds of stories here… oh no. Di Vincenzo tackles some very different aspects of these general categories, bringing incredible little-known facts to light. ...Your Pinkie Is More Powerful Than Your Thumb makes for a fun and often surprising read."