Wednesday, February 25, 2009
by Alexandra Siy and Dennis Kunkel
This is an educational book about sneezing. It goes through nine different scenarios that cause people to sneeze such as pollen, pepper, mites, mold, dust, down, disease, hair, and sunshine. Each scenario also explains why the substance makes you sneeze and explains how it makes you sneeze. Each scenario also has a picture of the allergen that is magnified under a microscope. After the scenarios the book goes on to tell you about what a sneeze is, how a sneeze happens, the path it takes through your body, and the speed of a sneeze. In this book you will learn everything there is to know about sneezing and alot about how the nose and some parts of the body work. I would use this book in the classroom during a health lesson or during pollen season to explain the human body or allergies to the students. I think the students would really enjoy this book because each scenario involves a child and the pictures are very intriguing.