Whizz Pop Bang’s seven days of prizes: day six!
If you’ve read the SCIENCE HEROES feature in WHIZZ POP BANG: SCIENCE SUPERPOWERS, you’ll know all about Professor E. Paul Zehr. He’s a neuroscientist, author and martial artist who studies the adaptability of the human body at the University of Victoria, Canada.
We’ve got two of Paul’s books about the science behind superpowers to give away. PROJECT SUPERHERO is aimed at readers aged 8 – 12, while CHASING CAPTAIN AMERICA is for adults, so here’s a prize you can share with your parents, grandparents, Scout leader, next-door neighbour, or any other grown up superhero fans you know!
PROJECT SUPERHERO is the diary of Jessie, a 13 year old girl who is doing project on superheroes. Read advice from real-life heroes (including Olympian Clara Hughes, sailor Jessica Watson and Captain Marvel writer Kelly Sue De Connick) as one ordinary girl investigates what it would take to be Batgirl.
CHASING CAPTAIN AMERICA: How advances in science, engineering, and biotechnology will produce a superhuman is a book for adults about whether we can create a real-life superhuman by changing human biology itself!
To be in with a chance of winning these two books, just answer this question in the comments:
How long can a naked mole rat survive without any oxygen?
- 18 seconds
- 18 minutes
- 18 hours
This competition closes at midnight on 31st December 2019. For full terms and conditions visit whizzpopbang.com/terms
21 thoughts on “WIN Project Superhero and Chasing Captain America books by Professor E. Paul Zehr!”
Thomas Hodge says:
18 minutes 🙂
18 minutes! Wow!
Paula Smith says:
tilly x says:
must be 18 minutes…… a lot longer than me!
George Edwards says:
2. 18 minutes
James Cameron says:
Help! My 9 year old has seen this book in Whizz Pop Bang and has put it on his Santa list, I hope Santa manages to find a UK stockist soon!
Jo at Whizz Pop Bang says:
Eek! We wish we could help Santa out with that one – do you have any friends in the US who could help?
I have managed to order a copy, fingers crossed it makes it here on time 🤞🏻
18 minutes, very cool.
Oscar Jewsbury says:
Fraser Willoughby says:
An amazing 18 minutes! 🤯
Madeleine Willis says:
18 minutes because 18 seconds would be not very good as humans can hold their breath for that long and 18 hours is ridiculous.
Uygar Arabul says:
18 minutes is the most sensible choice since 18 secs. isn’t a big deal and 18 hours would be very very crazy.
Libby Beaton says:
Robin Lennox says:
2. 18 minutes.
Murin Birks says:
2. 18 minutes
Freya andrews says:
A nAked mole rat can survive 18 minutes without oxygen.