Explore the remarkable human body with this in-depth, full-color, fact-filled activity book with stickers!
Learn how many times the human heart beats in an average lifetime (about 2.5 billion times) and how many breaths we take a day (about 20,000)! Then share these fascinating facts with family and friends to challenge their brains! With more than 100 activities from Sudoku games to fingerprint mazes and chromosome matching—plus over 50 stickers—curious kids will be busy exploring the incredible human body from head to toe in this amazing activity book.
After a successful career working in television production on a variety of shows—including ITV’s This Morning, Britain’s Got Talent, and Ministry of Mayhem; and the BBC’s reboot of The Basil Brush Show—Ben Elcomb branched out into writing scripts for CBeebies’ Something Special. He then went on to write Operation Ouch - The HuManual, a companion book to the multi-BAFTA winning CBBC show, Operation Ouch. Ben also provided the original content to the James & The Giant Peach spin-off book, Roald Dahl’s James’ Giant Bug Book, which featured a range of fun activities and things to make with a bug and insect theme.
Rhys Jefferys is an illustrator from the south east of England, whose work focuses on the joyful and fun side of life. A keen traveler, he is currently exploring, drawing, and being very cold in the coastal mountains of Canada.
Georgie Fearns is a London-based illustrator, designer, and storyboard artist. She originally specialized in fashion and lifestyle, but was soon drawn to the world of children’s books. Georgie’s titles include a range of celebrity children and crossover activity books, including Buster's bestselling Dress Up sticker book series.
Marc Pattenden is a self-taught illustrator from Lewes, East Sussex. As a child, he drew endlessly, but it wasn't until his son was born that he rediscovered his love of doodling—both as a way to entertain his son, and as a source of entertainment for himself! Marc has since graduated from doodling and now works full time as an illustrator (although he would argue that there is very little difference between his doodling days and his present practice). He spends much of his time (fueled on strong tea) drawing silly pictures containing forlorn looking yetis, giant purple robots, and the like.