Chris van Tulleken and Xand van Tulleken - Your Brilliant Body - Hachette Children's Group

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    • Publication date:17 Oct 2013
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Your Brilliant Body

Book 1

By Chris van Tulleken and Xand van Tulleken

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A tie-in to the new CBBC hit series Operation Ouch! featuring everything you've ever wanted to know about your body, how it works and how it fixes itself!

Operation Ouch! based on the popular CBBC series and recent winner of the Booktrust Best Book Award for 'Best Fact Book'!

Can you guess which of these amazing facts Operation Ouch! has in store for you?

a) That in your lifetime you'll spend a whole year on the toilet
b) That you shed at least 30,000 skin cells every day
c) That the biggest muscle in your body is in your bum

ANSWER: All three of course!

Join Dr Chris and Dr Xand as they take a tour of YOUR BRILLIANT BODY!

Find out the incredible things your body can do, test your gross-out knowledge and try out cool body tricks at home.

Biographical Notes

Dr Chris and Xand van Tulleken grew up in London and trained in medicine at Oxford University, graduating in 2002.

They have combined NHS work with global health work and television appearing in Blizzard: Race to the Pole, Medicine Men and Medicine Men Go Wild. Operation Ouch! is their first series for children.

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  • ISBN: 9780349001807
  • Publication date: 17 Oct 2013
  • Page count: 224
  • Imprint: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
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