Surprising, amusing, and insightful, this second volume of Who Said? Knowledge Cards is once again an entertaining and fact-filled tour of witty and wise sayings. Quiz yourself or a friend on the origins of well-known - and not so well known - quips, phrases, and adages. Discover the source of "You can't make an omelet without breaking the eggs." ( A phrase Stalin used frequently.) Or, learn something new about popular social figures.
Each card is an illuminating journey into the origin of the quotes, complete with a short biographical sketch about the speaker. This deck of 48 cards includes intriguing people such as Margaret Mead, Bob Dylan, Vincent van Gogh, Winston Churchill, and Florence Nightingale.
Click on the small picture to see a sample card. See also: Who Said? Vol. I Knowledge Cards