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Our bodies sweat, vomit, sneeze, and pee. But who would have thought that sweating cools our bodies or that boogers keep bugs from getting into your lungs? Pull out a tissue, and get ready to explore the amazing functions that keep your body going.
"While gleefully catering to readers who relish references to “snot rockets” and the “living layer of slime” on everyone’s teeth, these informative guides also explain relevant chemical processes, medical rationales, and ecological functions in reasonably specific detail." - Series Made Simple; School Library Journal
November 1, 2010
Junior Library Guild/School Library Journal
October 1, 2010
A former high school teacher with a background in biochemistry and more than 10 years of experience in cytogenetic laboratories, Kristi Lew specializes in taking complex scientific information and making it fun and interesting for scientists and non-scientists alike. She is the author of more than 20 science books for children and teachers.
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