Really, Really Big Questions about Science by Holly Cave, Marc Aspinall
  

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Really, Really Big Questions about Science by Holly Cave, Marc Aspinall

Prepare to exercise your mind as you investigate big ideas in Really, Really Big Questions About Science by Holly Cave, illustrated by Marc Aspinall. Cool illustrations, brainteasers, and quirky quotations add to the simple and fun question-and-answer format, introducing readers to life's important questions. What's in empty space if it's not empty? What makes something funny? Can elephants cry? and what came first: the chicken or the egg? Get the answers to these questions and more in the fifth installment of the Really, Really, Big Questions series. The most common questions about living things, the weird world around us, inventions, and Earth are asked and answered through humorous writing, funky art, and fun features like optical illusions, quotes and mind-teasers.

About the Author

Holly Cave has a BSc in Biology and a MSc in Science Communication from Imperial College, London. She spent four years at the Science Museum, researching, writing, and managing exhibitions and events for children, families and adult audiences on a wide range of contemporary science topics. Holly is now a freelance writer, editor and consultant. Marc Aspinall is an exciting illustrator who has created artworks for Orange, Time Out, Waitrose Kitchen, Easy Jet Traveller, Conde Nast Traveller and Wired Magazine.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Holly Cave, Marc Aspinall
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

14th August 2014

ISBN

9780753471814


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