Horrible Science: Angry Animals

Take a walk on the wild side with Angry Animals. Dare you wave goodbye to civilisation and hit the trail to see:

  • where you can find real man-eating dragons
  • which scientist ate a poisonous snake for dinner
  • who made false teeth for an elephant

If you think you can stomach the sick side of science, then come hunting for the cruellest creatures of them all! Get to grips with gruesome grizzly bears; wolf down some facts about, er, wolves … and snap up some savage shark stories – if you dare! With freaky fact files, cool quizzes and crazy cartoons, it’s a book to sink your teeth into! Science has never been so horrible!

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Recent reviews

  • Funny, makes us see science in a different light.

    9 March 2014

  • This is a more first readers book for me

    4 March 2014

  • soooo funny i love this book and all it’s series! it’s a really fun way to learn about wacky people who are obsessed with animals. you don’t even have to like art, science or be good at either one of them to like this series. hope you like this book and i recommend all the other books in the series too!

    6 March 2013

  • loved it

    I like this book because it is a Science book and also a comic book with cool cartoons.

    15 July 2012

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Authors

  • Nick arnold best 537877

    Nick Arnold

    Nick Arnold has been writing for Scholastic for ten years, clocking up over 20 titles in the HORRIBLE SCIENCE series. Nick lives in Devon.

    Awards

    Nick Arnold has won three Aventis Science Prizes for the Horrible Science series, for Blood, Bones and Body Bits, Ugly Bugs and Really Rotten Experiments, and won the 2013 Best Book with Facts at the Blue Peter Book Awards.

  • Tony de saulles t 151

    Tony De Saulles

    Tony De Saulles trained in graphic design, but since illustrating the Horrible Science series, has been concentrating on his illustrative style. Tony lives in Cheltenham.

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