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National Geographic Kids Brain Games

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Overview

Time to exercise your noggin and have a blast doing it! Brain Games is a super fun, super educational compliation of challenges, myths, fun facts, science and games based on the hit National Geographic Channel's TV show of the same name! Kids will spend hours puzzling, laughing, sharing, and learning with this mindboggling book of brain power.


Every wonder what makes you YOU? It's all in the brain! So, fire up your neurons, hang on to your hippocamus, and join us on a rockin' ride through the twists and turns of the cerebral superhighway to discover how this amazing organ—that's about the size of a grapefruit and looks like a grey sponge—works!

Details

  • Ages 8-12
  • Softcover
  • 112 pages; 120 color photographs
  • 8 1/2" x 10 7/8"
  • © 2015

Author Bio

Jennifer Swanson is the author of over 14 nonfiction books for children. She specializes in writing about science and technology. Her children's book Body Bugs: Invisible Creatures Lurking Inside You was a 2012 Book of Note with the Pennsylvania Librarian Association. Jennifer has a M.S. Ed in K-8 science and is a middle school science instructor.

In the Press

"This book is over 100 pages of fun. It offers clever brain challenges, activities designed to give the brain a much-needed break, and even explains how the Rubik’s Cube can actually improve the thinker’s life... The pictures are vibrant and detailed, leaving nothing to the brain enthusiast’s imagination." -- New York Journal of Books

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