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The human brain is the most complex living structure in the known Universe. It is the centre of our nervous system, collecting and acting on information from our senses and storing this information in our memory. The brain makes life possible, though exactly how does it work? Which animal has the biggest brain and does that mean they are the smartest? Whose brain was kept in a jar for decades? How fast do you think you think? Welcome to The Brainy Book!

Lorna is a freelance creative artworker, project manager, writer and editor with over 20 years' experience in corporate publishing. She is the author of numerous Wild Dog books, including Endangered: Penguins, CloseUp: Senses, Body Parts: The Eyes, The Ears, The Mouth, The Nose and The Skin, Oz Animals: Kangaroos and one-off titles The Brainy Book, The Gigantic Book of Genes, The Numbers Book, Left & Right, The Giant Book of Germs and The Massive Book of Maps.

  • Publisher: Wild Dog (November 1, 2015)
  • Length: 64 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781742033778

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