This latest installment in the Brainiac's series is an accessible, fun, and inclusive introduction to the human body. Full of funky facts and astounding activities, readers will discover all there is to know about the body and the brilliant brain that makes it all work.
Aimed at curious children who want to know how their body works and how their brain keeps it running every day, The Brainiac's Book of the Body and Brain answers both need-to-know and quirky questions about the bodies we live in.
This book is an exciting introduction to the often complex, sometimes gross, and completely fascinating functions of the human body. Featuring practical activities and easy self-experiments, including keeping a poop diary and optical illusions, the book explores what happens to the food we eat, how medicines can fool us into making us feel better, as well as how and why we dream.
Written with a zany sense of humor, and packed with facts and hands-on activities, the Brainiac's series is the perfect introduction to creative and accessible STEM topics.
Rosie Cooper is a London-based researcher, originally from New Zealand. She is a podcast maven with a love of the great outdoors, extreme weather, and true-crime stories.
Harriet Russell is a London-based illustrator with an MA in illustration. She has written and illustrated five books for children and is the illustrator of the activity series This Book Thinks You're a …