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Jiggy McCue: WBD 2011: Do Bugs Have Bottoms? And Other Important Questions (and Answers) from the Science Museum and Evilution: The Troof (A Jiggy McCue Story)

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Jiggy McCue: WBD 2011: Do Bugs Have Bottoms? And Other Important Questions (and Answers) from the Science Museum and Evilution: The Troof (A Jiggy McCue Story) Reviews | Toppsta

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Combining two fantastic authors this brilliant flip-book will satisfy on both sides. Glenn Murphy's very funny question and answer book will solve some of life's great unknowns: what are scabs for and is it OK to pick them? How loud can you burp? Could we use animal poo in power stations to make electricity? And of course, do bugs have bottoms? Endorsed and checked by the Science Museum. Then flip over and let Jiggy McCue show you what really happened at the dawn of mankind in this fantastically funny caveman caper. Jiggy should have known a school trip to the Museum of Natural History with the class dimwit, Eejit Atkins, wouldn't go to plan. But when he and Eejit end up travelling back in time to primitive earth, things get a whole lot more bizarre...

Jiggy McCue: WBD 2011: Do Bugs Have Bottoms? And Other Important Questions (and Answers) from the Science Museum and Evilution: The Troof (A Jiggy McCue Story) Reviews | Toppsta

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About Glenn Murphy

Glenn Murphy received his masters in science communication from London's Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine. He wrote his first popular science book, Why Is Snot Green?, while managing the Explainer team at the Science Museum in London. In 2007 he moved to the United States. He now lives and works in Raleigh, North Carolina, with his wife,

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About Michael Lawrence

At the age of ten Michael Lawrence wanted to be either an archaeologist or an astronomer. Everyone thought he was joking, so he went to art school instead. Since then he's been a graphic designer, an antiques dealer, and a photographer. He's also published a number of children's books and stories.

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