Why is Snot Green?

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Review

For anyone who has ever wondered what would happen if you farted in a space suit, or whether spiders have ears. This informative and entertaining read from the Science Museum answers these questions and many more.

Split into five sections covering everything from bodily functions to the big bang, Why is Snot Green? is a fresh and funny celebration of science and curiosity, and is perfect for young readers who prefer to dip in and out of a book.

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