Sick! From Measley Medicine to Savage Surgery by Nick Arnold
  

Synopsis

Sick! From Measley Medicine to Savage Surgery by Nick Arnold

Horrible Science is getting a make-over! Readers will be fascinated to find out which scary surgeon stole a giant's dead body and what Egyptians did with tortoise brains. With a fantastic new cover look and extra horrible bits at the back of the book, this best-selling title is sure to be a huge hit with a new generation of Horrible Science readers

About the Author

Nick Arnold

Horrible Science author, Nick Arnold, has been writing books and stories since he was a lad. Even in those days his favourite subjects for stories were horrible goings-on, the more gruesome the better! So you see, he hasn't changed a bit!

Nick's first published books appeared when he was working at the University of North London on a project teaching children about nature. This led to a magazine article and then, one day, Nick had a brilliant idea. He said to himself:

"If I can write newspaper articles, then I can write books for other publishers too!"

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Nick Arnold
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Author's Website

www.nickarnold-website.com/...

Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

6th July 2009

ISBN

9781407109619


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