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It looks like a huge grey bogey or something you’d step in by mistake – but your incredible brain holds all your knowledge, dreams and feelings. Even if your teacher won’t admit it, it’s amazing! Find out how it works – and what it smells like – here! You’ll see:

  • what happens if you cut your brain in half
  • what your brain bits ‘n’ pieces do
  • how to do your own brilliant brain surgery
  • why it’s clever to feel pain
  • how to tame an angry teacher
  • whether boys or girls are smarter (have a guess!)

With cool quizzes, terrible tests and ALL the squishy bits, this book will scramble your brains!

Product Details


Horrible Science





Date published

May 21st, 1999

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 6.3; Middle years; 3.0 points

Other details
  • 160 pages



Nick Arnold

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Tony De Saulles

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  1. Ef owl thumb 8

    on 20 September 2016

    Very good book. Informs you about how the brain works and tells you what the brain does to help you. Good drawings and jokes! I recommend reading all of the Horrible Science books!!!

  2. Avatar cat 761729

    on 9 March 2013

    girls are smarter!! haha This is a good book and teaches you facts about the brain

    5out of 5