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What's Eating You?: Parasites -- The Inside Story (Animal Science) Paperback – August 11, 2009
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About the Author
Neal Layton is the illustrator of EXTREME ANIMALS and the author-illustrator of HOT HOT HOT and THE SUNDAY BLUES. He lives in Portsmouth, England.
Top Customer Reviews
This book has gross, but never crude information about parasites in it and it is a great read. The illustrations made the complex world of parasites totally understandable and fun to my 4 & 5 year-old audience. This book is pretty long for that age group but they loved every moment of it and never tired.
This covers human and animal parasites and how they get into you and the other animals, what they look like, what their purpose is, how they harm or don't harm you, how some of them are beneficial, and how some of them live amazingly crazy life-cycles.
My kids are pretty young, but I found the information fascinating as well. I would venture to say this is a book for readers of all ages, who have a little bit of curiosity and humor in them. I never ventured to think that parasites would be fun learning about, but this book does just that.
This is one of those "fun for the whole family" books. I highly recomend it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this author and illustrator and have all their books which I enjoy perhaps even more than my 8 year old.Published 8 months ago by Kippered Snack
This was a fascinating book to read. Might give you the heebie geebies, but in a fun way. Really interesting read.Published on October 29, 2013 by Tamka
My 5-year old son loves books and animals. The insect kingdom fascinates him and he took an immediate interest in this book. Read morePublished on August 1, 2010 by J. Shen