Amazing Brain

The human brain is an amazing organ, but it is also very complex. So how does it control everything that we do and feel? How does it change as we get older? And what happens when it goes wrong? We now know the answers to some of these questions, but others are still a mystery.

In this book, you’ll read about people who changed the history of neuroscience. You’ll discover some amazing facts about science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM). You’ll also be able to test your own brain and learn surprising things about yourself!

Oxford Bookworms Library is a readers series for secondary and adult learners, with seven reading levels from A1-C1. Including over 270 original and adapted texts graded and available with audio and in e-book formats, it ensures a comfortable read at every level.


Alex Raynham





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Oxford Bookworms Library

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Stage 5


Cambridge English: First (FCE); IELTS 5.0 – 6.0; TOEIC 785 – 940; TOEFL 87 – 109;

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