Kids know that their brain does a lot, like make them move, smile, remember, think, feel, and emote.
But do they know how it really works? Readers will take a tour of the lobes of the human brain to discover all the cool things that it can do in this must-have introduction for all nonfiction collections. Includes kid-friendly examples, simple explanations, and basic anatomy illustrations that show different parts of his brain and central nervous system, basic neurological function, and how everything flows.
An overview of the brain and nervous system… Kid-friendly examples abound as they trace the brain’s various parts… A matter-of-fact introduction to typical brains.
— Kirkus Reviews
About the Author:
Leanne Boucher Gill, PhD, is a professor of psychology at Nova Southeastern University, where she received the Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award and was named the NSU STUEY Professor of the Year. She maintains an active research program studying how exercise affects the way we think. She lives in South Florida. Visit her on Twitter @BoucherLeanne .