That's What You Think!
A Mind-Boggling Guide To The Brain
By Jan Von Holleben, Michael Madedja and Katja Naie
Ready to get your mind blown? Here it comes...get ready...
The most important organ in our body that controls our thoughts, our movements, and our feelings is which one? Can you guess? Yes, it's our magnificent brain! This fantastic book answers 80 questions by kids about this astounding personal computer that we house right inside our craniums.
They collected hundreds of questions from kids between the ages of 8 and 10 years and then two super scientists from the Hertie Institute for Neuroscience helped the author and 30 kids answer a huge selection of them. They enable you to explore how your brain develops, what they are made of, and how they work. They reveal astounding facts not only about the human brain, but also about the gray matter of earthworms, ants, and sperm whales. How exciting and fun!
Together with the amazing (and quirky) photos, this book is a true winner. It looks like a textbook, but once inside its covers, it is anything but. Kids (and adults too) will love reading this book and finding out how mind-boggling our brains can be. Our brain never rests, something is always going on in there ... so welcome to the non-stop brain party that's going on inside your head!
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|GOLD:||Lead Awards, Science Book of the Year, Florence Biennale Award for Photography, PX3 Photography Award, Best CP Award, Art for Aid Award, Young Portfolio Award, Magenta Award, Audi / Next Level Photographic Award, Unicum Award, Backlight Award|
|others:||Lead Awards, The Observer Hodge Photographic Award, Hyeres Festivale de la Photographie, Lens Culture Award , Aesthetica Award, Idn + graniph Universe Award, Photographery Masters Cup, PHE07 Best Photography Books, Cedefop Award, International Photography Award, Festimage, Photoreview Award, London Photographic Award, FotoSalon Award, SONY world photography (shortlisted)|
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