By Campbell, GuyBy Moran, Paul
Do Elephants Ever Forget? contains over 50 of the most important questions kids have ever asked (and some quite silly ones too). From 'What would happen if a meteorite hit the Earth?' and 'How deep will the oceans be if the ice caps melt?' to 'Would my eyeballs pop out if I sneez...ed with my eyes open?' and 'Why can't I tickle myself?' Some answers are surprising. Some are amazing. Some will positively blow your mind. Part of the fascinating new series 'Buster's Actually Factually Books', a collection that reveals the reality behind just a few of the myths that have been mixed up with truth over the years.Read more
Guy Campbell has been a writer and graphic designer since 1986. He started the Creative and Graphics company Moran Campbell da Vinci in 1990 producing corporate ID, advertising and packaging. Writing credits has included over 40 books for children, a monthly comic for children, hundreds of cartoon strips for newspapers and magazines worldwide, puzzles for books, newspapers and magazines, comedy sketches for TV and a short comic play for BBC radio 5. Paul Moran is a UK-based illustrator who has many years of experience in producing artwork for books, magazines and toys using both digital and traditional techniques. He is the illustrator of the Sunday Times Bestseller Where's the Unicorn?, along with other highly successful Michael O'Mara titles such as Where's the Meerkat?, Where's the Zombie? and Where's the Llama?.
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