Bulging Brains by Nick Arnold


Bulging Brains by Nick Arnold

HORRIBLE SCIENCE: BULGING BRAINS is full of the most squishing, gooey and stinky facts about the human brain! It looks like a huge grey bogey or something you'd step in by mistake - but your incredible brain holds all your knowledge, dreams and feelings. Even if your teacher won't admit it, it's amazing! You'll see: what happens if you cut your brain in half, what your brain bits 'n' pieces do, how to do your own brilliant brain surgery and why it's clever to feel pain. Redesigned in a bold, funky new look for the next generation of HORRIBLE SCIENCE fans.

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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208 pages


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Publication date

1st May 2014



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