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Horrid Henry's Bodies: A Horrid Factbook

Francesca Simon, Tony Ross

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Horrid Henry, Prose: non-fiction, Children's Non-Fiction, General knowledge & trivia (Children's / Teenage), Reference works (Children's / Teenage)

Weird and wonderful, hilarious and horrid, welcome to Horrid Henry's non-fiction guide to everything you ever wanted to know about BODIES.

Did you know that if your intestines were removed they would stretch round a tennis court several times over Or that humans are as hairy as gorillas Or that you move more than 90 muscles in your leg every time you take step Or that you'll spend three years of your life on the toilet and one third of your life asleep

Packed with freaky facts and random trivia, this is the perfect guide to everything you ever wanted to know (and lots of things you might never have wanted to know) about Bodies - Horrid Henry style!

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Praise for Horrid Henry's Bodies: A Horrid Factbook

  • Henry's packed-with-facts non-fiction range launches with a hilarious, and naturally, horrid guide to bodies. - THE BOOKSELLER - Fiona Noble

  • Horrid Henry fans will delight in their favourite bad boy's book of disgusting facts. The way Henry looks at things, much about the body is pretty disgusting, so from ear wax through snoring to the highest jumping animal in the world, Horrid Henry gives his original take on the unusual and weird things about bodies. - LOVEREADING4KIDS - Julia Eccleshare

  • Chock-full of interesting facts and figures. A fun read for little fact lovers. - THE BOOKBAG

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Francesca Simon

For twenty five years, Jamie Rix has combined a career in television as a director, writer and producer with writing for children. He has worked on a wide variety of comedy programmes including the BAFTA winning The Revenge Files of Alistair Fury and Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids, as well as the British Comedy Award winning Faith in the Future and most recently the BBC sitcoms My Hero and Not Going Out. He continues writing for television and film, as well as writing books for children of all ages.

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