The Big Book of Mind-Blowing Answers
Why do cats hate water? Why do sweaty feet smell of cheese? We've got the answers to all your burning questions in this special edition of BBC Focus.
Life is full of questions. Why do cats hate water? Can VR trick your brain? Could an asteroid smash Earth out of its orbit? Why do sweaty feet smell of cheese? Wonder no more, because we are here to feed your curiosity. This special kids’ issue of BBC Focus features a giant 25-page Q&A section answering all your mind-blowing questions about the human body, animals, space, dinosaurs, food, and much more.
If you’re hungry for more stuff, then don’t miss our bigger investigations, like what will happen when a spacecraft plunges into the Sun, and what the tiny bugs in our bodies really do. You can also discover if we could let wolves loose in the UK, or what we’ll see when we scour the depths of Loch Ness, and find out why plastic isn’t fantastic.
If you fancy something more hands-on, then we’ve got some awesome experiments you can do in the kitchen. Best of all, you can scoff them when you’re done! We’re partial to some unicorn noodles ourselves…
And that’s not all, be amazed by a scientist who explores creepy caves, make some magic with the new Harry Potter wand and snuggle down to find out more about hibernation.
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