Odd Science - Brilliant Bodies

Author:   James Olstein
Publisher:   Pavilion Books
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9781843654216


Pages:   80
Publication Date:   02 August 2019
Format:   Hardback
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A full head of human hair is strong enough to support up to 12 tons in weight. Microglia are brain cells that trim/eat long synapses of material that no longer functions throughout the brain. Scientists have used the video game Pac-Man to explain Odd Science: Stupendous Body is filled with weird and wacky facts that you've never heard before. Read about how ice cream gives you brain freeze, wonder at how much information your brain can process and tell your friends that a whole tonne of air is always pressing down on you. There are facts about breathing underwater, facts about pineapple 'eating' you (while you eat it) and facts about how music makes you feel good. James Olstein beautifully illustrates these odd facts in a retro-inspired, quirky style. His designs aren't meant to be taken literally, but you'll laugh-out-load when you see a fish swimming in a brain and an elephant on someone's head! Prepare to laugh, marvel and learn. Being a geek has never been so cool.

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Author:   James Olstein
Publisher:   Pavilion Books
Imprint:   Pavilion Children's Books
ISBN:  

9781843654216


ISBN 10:   1843654210
Pages:   80
Publication Date:   02 August 2019
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children's (6-12)
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   Not yet available   Availability explained
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James Olstein is an illustrator living in Philadelphia. He has illustrated for the BBC, Bob's Burgers, Monocle Magazine, Mental Floss, Scientific America, Sierra Magazine, economia, the Boston Globe and the National Constitution Centre. He has displayed his work at Spoke Gallery NYC, Galleries 1988 and Philadelphia Independents. He runs a successful blog called Illustrated Science, that has been featured in The Verge and Geekadelphia.

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