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Chemical Chaos and Blood Bones and Body Bits (Horrible Science)
Publication Date: 1998
Number of pages: 320
From tips on how to snatch the perfect body and what to do with it once you've snatched it, to the kind of horrible health warnings about exercise and the like that the coach potatoes of the world have been dreaming of, Bloody Bones and Body Bits paints a very clear picture of how the body really works.
In Chemical Chaos, all manner of dodgy discoveries are investigated and chaotic chemists unmasked in an attempt to find out the sometimes dirty truth about science and scientists.
Enormous fun, easy to read and illustrated with rib-tickling cartoons by Tony de Saulles, this Horrible Science twosome proves Nick Arnold¹s talent for combining the communication of illuminating facts with the most fun any would-be scientist will ever have.