Set to accompany an eagerly awaited exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History, this book examines one of nature's most complex achievements: the brain.
Top science author Michael DiSpezio creates illuminating and clever activities-like making a simple model of the brain-that help kids understand exactly how their brain, nerves, and senses work. He asks fun, child-friendly questions, such as: Why are some people lefties and others righties? What do a human brain and a low-watt light bulb have in common? Entertaining and informative, this collection of tricks, experiments, puzzles, and quizzes provides a cool road map to exploring the most awesome part of the body.
Author: Rob Desalle, Michael A. DiSpezio, American Museum of Natural History
Paperback: 96 pages