Science Comics: The Brain: The Ultimate Thinking Machine
  • Science Comics: The Brain: The Ultimate Thinking Machine
  • Science Comics: The Brain: The Ultimate Thinking Machine
ISBN: 1626728011
EAN13: 9781626728011
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 16, 2018
Pages: 128
Weight: 1.11 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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With Science Comics, you can explore the depths of the ocean, the farthest reaches of space, and everything in between These gorgeously illustrated graphic novels offer wildly entertaining views of their subjects.

In this volume, Fahama has been kidnapped by a mad scientist and his zombie assistant, and they are intent on stealing her brain She'll need to learn about the brain as fast as possible in order to plan her escape

How did the brain evolve? How do our senses work in relation to the brain? How do we remember things? What makes you, YOU? Get an inside look at the human brain, the most advanced operating system in the world . . . if you have the nerve

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5
   Great for kids who love science but not reading
After completing the books, he loves sharing information with us. This is a perfect series for children who love science, but don 't love reading. The vocabulary is a graphic novel challenge for a beautiful book style. Currently, my son is in the 5th grade.
 
2
   The science was there but it didn’t shine
Bizarre graphics are also interesting. Not nearly enough humor and creativity to coat the technical details.
 
5
   9 yr old daughter loves science, and enjoyed this book very much & learned a lot.
9 YEAR OLD said the following LIKED It is funny, it has a science book style DIDN'T LIKE It uses the word stupid, but it can be crossed off 7 YEAR OLD said the following LIKED It's hilarious! Some DIDN'T LIKE words were not so easy to pronounce.
 
5
   Awesome Book for Kids
It teaches him a great deal about the brain and what it does, including the 5 sensory organs. The illustrations in the book are funny and adorable, making it fun to read as well.
 
5
   Science Comics! Fun and Educational! And Macabre!
It is a bit human, but the perfect plot for learning about the macabre brain can not be any better! Looking for something creepy for the Halloween season? This book is fit for anyone old enough to read, is not bloated by thinking about their own brain and can tolerate episodes of WordGirl. Don 't hesitate, pick up Science Comics today! Check your local bookseller and ask about the other books in this series, great, great stuff!
 
5
   Great Find for Kid with Science-disliking
My scientific schooler used it for a middle book report. He was not looking forward to reading a science book, so I am very happy that I found it! It is a comic book style, but still packed with information.
 
5
   A fun book that is very educational
They are super educational and this one is about brain and brain function, but they are cartoons and tell the info in a way that kids find interesting. My son started telling me how the eyes and ears work and how they connect to the brain to process the information. He is writing a book report on this. He also loved the one on Plagues... who knew! What do you think?
 
5
   Really informative
I am a fifth grader who loves science and thought this book was fun and exciting to read. This book is gold.
 
5
   Not for kids with a faint heart.
The setting is a girl who is kidnapped to have her brain taken by a mad scientist, so that for some children may be a little scary. But overall, an interesting and fun science book.
 
5
   Fantastic book!
My daughter will not read it until Christmas, but I have already received it. At the age of nine, my daughter suffered significant brain damage at birth, which led to a lot of motor planning deficits and learning disabilities. She knows the story of her birth, what makes her different and how occupational therapy and speech therapy are helping her. I taught her the basics of how our brains work and where her brain is damaged. This book goes into a lot more detail in a humorous comic style with a wonderful plot perfect for teaching the nervous system without being strictly informational.
 
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