How Loud Can You Burp?: More Extremely Important Questions (and Answers)

How Loud Can You Burp More Extremely Important Questions and Answers How loud can your average middle grader burp Parents librarians and innocent bystanders are about to find out This follow up to the equally alluring WHY IS SNOT GREEN tackles of life s burning quest

  • Title: How Loud Can You Burp?: More Extremely Important Questions (and Answers)
  • Author: Glenn Murphy
  • ISBN: 9781596435063
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • How loud can your average middle grader burp Parents, librarians, and innocent bystanders are about to find out This follow up to the equally alluring WHY IS SNOT GREEN tackles of life s burning questions, many submitted by real life ten year olds Could we use animal poop to make electricity What s the world s deadliest disease Why is your mother turning green PHow loud can your average middle grader burp Parents, librarians, and innocent bystanders are about to find out This follow up to the equally alluring WHY IS SNOT GREEN tackles of life s burning questions, many submitted by real life ten year olds Could we use animal poop to make electricity What s the world s deadliest disease Why is your mother turning green Part silly, part serious, and a big part scatological, HOW LOUD CAN YOU BURP is destined for greatness and grossness.

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    1. nwhytevejournal/2664952mlIt's breezily broken up into five sections, first on human biology ("The Science of Me"), then on climate, speed, the brain (psychology and perception), and biological and scientific extremes ("The BIG questions"). The second section is particularly interesting, presumably intended to help readers in lunch break debates with young climate change deniers. Anyway, strongly recommended for the next generation of science fans, along with the other books in the series, Why Is [...]

    2. For some reason, I just didn't like this book as well as I did the first one. More tidbits explained in a manner for kids to understand, but I felt it was more a snarky conversation between the adult and kid than it was about answering the questions posed.

    3. “Sains memainkan peranan yang begitu penting dalam dunia zaman sekarang sehingga semua orang perlu tahu setidaknya sedikit sains untuk memahami apa yang terjadi. Tapi lebih dari itu, belajar sains bisa sangat menyenangkan, kalau kau melakukannya secara benar. Yang perlu kaulakukan hanyalah terus bertanya, dan sains bisa membukakan pintu menuju dunia pemahaman dan hal-hal yang menyenangkan. Sains bukan hanya milikku—sains milikmu juga. Jadi, ambil, gunakan dan bermain-mainlah. Percayalah—ka [...]

    4. New book at the library. Adorable so far.This is such a random book. Adorable, yet random. It would be a good book for younger children or adults, because some of the facts are actually quite interesting. For example, the scientific term for a "goosebump" is a piloerection.Yes, that little bit of knowledge will be stuck with me for a long time to come.

    5. This book is not only silly fact, but it tells you why. It is better for older children , my 8 year old loved it, but my 6 year old didn't like it. but as parent this book is the best fact books ( give you silly question then answer with science) lovely.

    6. Sama kayak buku Ingus Ijo, buku ini yang entah kenapa lebih seru dari buku ingus hijau. Ensiklopedia yang diselipin dengan humor-humor yang bikin ketawa. Keren.

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