A fascinating book full of insights into how the brain controls your actions, reactions, and emotions in ways you've never imagined.
Discover why you can’t tickle yourself, 40,000 year old brain surgery, why kids are "brainier" than their parents, the person who coped perfectly well with just a third of a brain, and the incredible story of Einstein’s brain and how it was stolen, cubed, and hidden in jars in a basement for decades.
Clive Gifford has traveled to more than 70 countries, climbed rocket launch towers, ridden on robots, and flown gliders. He's had more than 200 books published and has received nominations for or won Royal Society, School Library Association, Smithsonian, and TES awards. He won the Blue Peter Book Award for Best Book with Facts 2019 for his title The Colors of History (QEB). Clive lives in Manchester, UK.
Anne Wilson has an MA in illustration from Central St Martins College of Art, London and has been an illustrator for over 15 years. Much of her work is inspired by everyday life, pattern, color, and shape. Born on Ascension Island in the South Atlantic, Anne now lives in the much less remote town of Reading, England.