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Why We Cry: The Science of Tears
This title covers these subjects: Emotions., Crying -- Physiological aspects., Crying.
Why We Cry: The Science of Tears
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Why We Cry: The Science of Tears

Do you tear up watching a sappy commercial? Or hold back sniffles when your best friend suddenly ignores you? Maybe you sometimes just get a case of the blues you can't seem to shake. Have you wondered why? The answer is in the science behind unhappiness! Whether you keep your tears bottled up or sometimes let it all out, middle school is a time when you get ALL. THE. FEELS. But next time you or your friends have a good cry, you'll understand what's really going on in your brains. Plus, you'll learn tips to decode what's happening in your body and find out how tears can sometimes be helpful. But mental health is still important, so when tearfulness or sad feelings have crossed the line, you'll also learn when it's time to reach out for help.

 
Dewey152.4
GenreInformational
  
Reading LevelGrades 6-7
Interest LevelGrades 5-9
Lexile Level800L
ATOS Level5.7
AR Points1
AR Quiz #502803
  
Text TypeInformational Text
Text SubtypeCause & Effect
  
ISBN978-0-7565-6175-8
PublisherCompass Point Books
Copyright2020
  
Page Dimensions6" x 9"
Page Count64
LanguagesEnglish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $37.32 School/Library Price
$27.99
 


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VOYA - Lucy Schall

"Emphasizing the link between thoughts and emotions, this series will help readers stay in touch with and direct their feelings in positive ways. A brain map in each volume explains reactions related to the topic. Negatives and positives of each emotion are explored. All emphasize the need to connect with others and to balance emotional reactions for positive growth. . . . Each volume provides scientific information, historical background, and extensive examples, but readers will be most drawn to the self-help sections that explain how that knowledge can change their lives. Junior and senior high students will be the best audiences. Because of relationships among topics and questions that promote critical thinking, students who use these sources for class presentations will find much material for discussion." - VOYA

April 1, 2020

 

 

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