Saturday, 27 April 2013

Giveaway #280 : Win Brian Cox Wonders of Life book and DVD - closed - winner Jo G.


Wonders of Life tells the story of the amazing diversity and adaptability of life through the laws that govern it: from the dance of chromosomes as cells divide to the spark of electricity that causes muscles to move. 

Professor Brian Cox takes us on an incredible journey to discover how a few fundamental laws gave birth to the most complex, diverse and unique force in the Universe – life itself.

This definitive new series is available now in a beautiful illustrated hardback book and on DVD and blu-ray from 4th March.







The publishers have given me one copy of the Wonders of Life book and DVD to give away to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader.

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UK only. Closing date : 9/05/13

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners.


85 comments:

  1. Watching your children grow day by day :)

    @86PinkPrincess

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  2. pregnancy, birth, fetal development - all of that is one of the most amazing wonders of life to me

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  3. caterpillar changing to a butterfly

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  4. I left a extra comment on Ipad app review : Mini Ninjas

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  5. how a human or animal can carry another in her belly or more than 1 :/ x

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  6. watching my 18 year old daughter going off to uni and wondering how she got from being a baby to an adult so fast!

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  7. Having a grandchild. Knowing that someone you created has gone on to create someone new. It's mindblowing!

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  8. Have commented on the Ashmin Toys Review

    @NickHopkins1234

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  9. Watching my nephews maturing into young adults

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  10. How cats pretty much always land on their feet!

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  11. I really love this series! The way Prof Cox talks about very complicated matters in simple words, and the pictures are breathtaking!

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    @Dorothee77

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  13. Great question! How do birds know where they migrate to, how do Salmon know where to spawn.

    Angela

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  14. watching my children grow up and develop their personalities

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  15. commented on 30 ways to save £1 blogger challenge @lillyfer85

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  16. how an ant can carry things so heavy

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  17. Creating life, it's amazing how a baby develops through pregnancy and then how we grow as humans

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  18. I commented on Madhouse Recipe : Fruity Coleslaw

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  19. I gave you a Klout point in blogging

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  20. Commented on 'Bro-Cauli Cheese'

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  21. New life - it is all around us and happening at every moment!

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  22. The night sky - I can never ever get enough of looking up at the stars and planets

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  23. Multiple births mystify me - and the twin link that some twins share! And I am not a twin!

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  24. Other galaxies and what could be there!

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  25. Watching my daughters grow up x

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  26. Lynsey Buchanan29 April 2013 at 21:11

    Motherhood

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  27. Watching my kids grow and learn by the day and the weird and wonderful things they come up with. Kids imaginations are a fabulous thing.

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  28. Genetic memory

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  29. Sadly why is is that we do not appreciate the beauty around us until weare a lot older?

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  30. The changing seasons......

    LAURA HARRIS

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  31. The Ability to remember things

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  32. Charlotte Ingham30 April 2013 at 17:37

    Nature :)

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  33. I think, apart from the biggies like how life is brought into this world....

    The Grand Canyon is amazing! Its quiet,like you're on another planet where there is no electrical goods, cars and hussle and bussle. It takes your breathe away with stillness and awe of how beautiful our world really is.

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  34. Kristian Snooks5 May 2013 at 00:04

    The Human body's amazing self repair and maintenance system

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  35. The capacity to learn of a child

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  36. birth never fails to amaze

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  37. Geese flying in perfect formation

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  38. commented on veg box challenge week 3

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  39. ...........love - such a human trait

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  40. Rainbows. They show the beauty of nature perfectly.

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  41. Flying & airplanes - incredible feat of human achievement!

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  42. Jane Middleton7 May 2013 at 22:16

    life itself

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  43. I'm pregnant with my first baby. I never realised how wonderful it would be to feel him/her wiggling under my skin :)

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  44. Conception, birth, growth .. all just miracles of life, amazing!

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  45. Why the big bang occurred and why the laws of nature are so finely tuned to allow life to evolve

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  46. How the life of an insect can have such a big impact on the entire planet

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  47. The wonder of life ha sto be birth the fact that a few cells can grow and grow into children and animals beautiful!

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  48. Life & love

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  49. How much a baby grows and develops from newborn to first birthday

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  50. that anyone survives being born!

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  51. The vastness of the Universe

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  52. Space and whats in it, when I look at the stars I think how they could be a sun like ours with planets orbiting round them, and realise that space is far bigger than anyone could ever realise.

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  53. What the universe was like before the big bang. The concept of space and time and most of all, love!

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  54. awesome competition

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  55. That it exists at all! - Paul Witney

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  56. life itself

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