Mark Non-Fiction November by winning a trio of surprising science books
Find out how you could get your hands on three of the brilliant Explodapedia books.
To mark Non-Fiction November, we're giving you the chance to win a set of three brilliant science books!
The Explodapedia series from Ben Martynoga and illustrator Moose Allain is based on up-to-the-minute science and features fascinating facts and astonishing information to keep children engaged.
You could win:
The Gene: What Makes You, You? - Did you know there are 40,000 genes in every cell of your body? Find out how genes build and operate every living thing, what your genes reveal about you, and how scientists now 'edit' genes...
The Cell: The Heart of All Life - Four billion years ago, a single cell kickstarted life on Earth - and now there are 30 trillion in your body! Explore the biggest mysteries of these microscopic marvels and whether they could save the planet...
Evolution: How We Came to Be - Discover the epic tale of life on Earth, uncover the myths and mysteries surrounding evolution, meet some surprising ancient relatives, and find out what the evolution of our brains has meant for life as a whole.
We have three sets of these super books to give away, so if you fancy winning one, simply answer the question below and leave your details before the closing date of 11pm on Friday, 15 December. Good luck!