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Max Archer, Kid Detective: The Case of the Recurring Stomachaches (Max Archer, Kid Detective (Paperback)) Paperback – May 15, 2012
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The book handles clinical information with a dose of humor, and includes related activities and a Q&A. Bennett doesn't shy away from talking about … poop and other icky stuff, topics that some kids and plenty of adults just aren't comfortable talking about. It's not hard to imagine parents using the kid detective's tips to explain their own recurring stomachaches. --The Washington Post
With a casual question-and-answer format and colorful cartoon illustrations, the title follows Max's explanations to Emily and the reader about how digestion takes place and the three main causes of a stomachache: lactose intolerance, stress, and constipation...kids will enjoy learning about basic body functions, which are referenced in a diagram that traces the route of the digestive tract 'from start to rather gross finish.' A final section just for parents adds more. --Booklist
About the Author
Howard J. Bennett, MD, practices pediatrics in Washington, DC and lives in Maryland with his wife, two children, and three dogs. In addition to his books, Dr. Bennett writes articles for the KidsPost section of the Washington Post and has a column in Jack and Jill magazine called Science for Smart Kids.
Spike Gerrell lives in North London with his partner Kaz, their son Ethan, daughter Stevie Jasmine, Freddie the cat and a big load of stick insects. He likes cycling, running, making stuff and, of course, drawing. Most of all though, he likes spending time with his kids.