We went to the Quarterhouse today to meet the award-winning writer Isabel Thomas who shared her amazing book with us 'The Bedtime Book of Impossible Questions.'
In her book, science isn’t about knowing facts or wearing a lab coat. It’s about asking questions!
Why do we need eyebrows? Are feelings made of atoms? Could I swim in ice cream? What’s the world’s worst smell? Isabel has collected children's most curious conundrums in The Bedtime Book of Impossible Questions, a Guardian Children's Book of the Year.
We got to help Isabel explore the answers with interactive challenges including how boggies travel up the esophagus and what is the smelliest thing on the planet.