Who am I? by Richard Walker
  

Synopsis

Who am I? by Richard Walker

An exciting, unusual and thought-provoking exploration of what it means to be human, Who am I? looks at every aspect of our identity. Sweeping through biology, biotechnology, psychology and a range of social themes, with room for the astonishing and the bizarre, this is a book that delves deep into our notions of who we are. If you've ever wondered how we learn language, what light DNA studies can shed on ancient history, why so much money is spent on fighting the ageing process or how emotions help us interpret our world, this is the book for you. Fresh, engaging design and compelling question-and-answer text make this a book that will intrigue, inspire and inform. Includes puzzles, mind challenges and other interactive elements.

About the Author

Richard Walker was a professional storyteller who told his tales at a variety of venues from folk festivals, schools and theatres to private homes. He was also a freelance broadcaster and editor of Fact and Fiction, the storyteller’s magazine.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
96 pages
Interest Age: 9

Author

Richard Walker
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

10th May 2012

ISBN

9780753430514


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