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Product description

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. Find out how it works (and what it smells like) here! Another sure-fire winner from the Horrible Science series, guaranteed to make kids squeal – and think!

Product Details

Series

Horrible Science

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780590113199

Date published

May 21st, 1999

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 6.3; Middle years; 3.0 points

Other details
  • 160 pages
Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Nick Arnold

Tony De Saulles

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What kids think

  1. Sushi123
    on 20 September 2016

    Very good book. Informs you about how the brain works and tells you what the brain does to help you. Good drawings and jokes! I recommend reading all of the Horrible Science books!!!

  2. CookieM
    on 9 March 2013

    girls are smarter!! haha This is a good book and teaches you facts about the brain

    5out of 5