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Why Is Snot Green? by Glenn Murphy
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Why Is Snot Green?

by Glenn Murphy

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This is a funny book for kids ages 8-14. It is full of fun facts about a variety of topics, mostly the human body and space. The way it is written makes kids (and adults) want to read more, all while answering silly questions - like why snot is green! While they may seem like silly questions to adults and to children, they are legitimate questions that kids would want the answers to! ( )
  Miss_Annie_O | Dec 8, 2016 |
Why Is Snot Green is a funny book that takes common questions and explains them scientifically. This is a great book for middle school boys who are reluctant about science and reading. This book could be paired with various units of study to go deeper into questions that students often have and that would continue to peak students' interest.
  ejoy13 | Sep 10, 2016 |
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Answers questions about science that kids want to know, from astronaut farts to black holes, in a conversational-style format.

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