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Product Description

It’s stinky. It’s smelly. It’s gooey and disgusting. Yes – if you can stomach the sick side of science, then take an icky look inside your stomach! Well, into your icky squishy innards, that is, where we’ll be dishing the dirt on your digestive system and all the other bits that are much too rude to mention here. So hold your breath and get ready to discover:

  • which people used to eat their dead relatives
  • how your food can painfully poison you
  • the unsavoury case of Typhoid Mary’s killer ice-cream
  • what mysterious minerals are found in your school dinner (honest!)
  • the sickening science of spew
  • why astronauts are banned from eating beans

So get inside your gruesome guts and their grisly secrets. Just be warned: it’s sick!

Product Details

Series

Horrible Science

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780439944458

Publisher

Scholastic

Date published

February 4th, 2008

Other details
  • 176 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Nick Arnold

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Tony De Saulles

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  1. Pearl 113298

    ellie-melay27
    on 6 March 2013

    don’t read this book if you cannot handle knowing about sick is made and stuff like that. its a good and funny book though. 5/5

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    melissalo1222
    on 2 March 2010

    I think it is a very interesting book

    5out of 5