Gr 4-7 In her sixth compendium of little-known facts, Seuling reveals some of the many strange laws that people have passed over the ages. In North Carolina you may not use elephants to plow cotton fields, and in Kansas you cannot eat rattlesnake meat on Sunday. All of these off-the-wall laws are arranged into chapters by subject. Each chapter has a few humorous pen-and-ink drawings. This is definitely light fare, but it is fun, and most kids love lists and have a passion for esoteric facts. Deirdre R. Murray, Pine Road School, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.