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Things That Make You Go Yuck!: Mystifying…
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Things That Make You Go Yuck!: Mystifying Mutants (original 2017; udgave 2016)

af Jenn Dlugos (Forfatter)

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Hexapus. Two-headed snake. Spider worm. They sound like creatures from horror movies, but they are all real-life mutants that creep, crawl, and slither among us. In Things That Make You Go Yuck!: Mystifying Mutants, you'll learn that genes can be a freaky and fascinating business. From two-toned lobsters to squirrel kittens, this book showcases the strangest and most shocking genetic mutants in the plant and animal kingdom. Whether it's nature's slimiest organisms or the weirdest mutations, Things That Make You Go Yuck! celebrates survival of the fittest, grossest, craziest, and creepiest things in nature, proving once and for all that life in the wild is anything but ordinary.… (mere)
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Titel:Things That Make You Go Yuck!: Mystifying Mutants
Forfattere:Jenn Dlugos (Forfatter)
Info:Prufrock Press (2016), 112 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
Vurdering:*****
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Things That Make You Go Yuck!: Mystifying Mutants af Jenn Dlugos (2017)

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I teach 5th and 6th grades. My boys and girls were thrilled with this book.the illustrations accented the text wonderfully, ( )
  melkathy | Jan 9, 2017 |
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This is a fantastic nonfiction book. My 3rd graders loved every interesting fact and photo. Keep them coming. It was phenomenal. ( )
  grnpickle | Jan 9, 2017 |
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As a middle school teacher working with struggling readers, I am always looking for something to whet the interests of the disinterested. This book certainly fits the bill. It is an engaging combination of gruesome factoids and trivia items, all tied together by a common theme (MUTANTS! Whoo-hoo!), and supported by an incredible array of graphics and support text. For those who know (or are) reluctant readers looking for an invitation to learn about some of the more disgusting science topics around, I strongly recommend this book, which has already become one of the most popular items in my classroom library this year. ( )
  mrbove | Dec 7, 2016 |
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This is such a fun book that is as much fun for adults as it is for children. The information is fascinating and the pictures are nice and colorful. My granddaughter loved to look at the pictures while I read to her.

I won this from LibraryThing for an honest review. ( )
  Draak | Nov 30, 2016 |
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My kids love this book. Especially my 9 year old. He loved Henry and all the other critters. The blue crawdad was by far his favorite though, he now wants one. The graphics are also beyond amazing. ( )
  AngelaFries | Nov 23, 2016 |
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Hexapus. Two-headed snake. Spider worm. They sound like creatures from horror movies, but they are all real-life mutants that creep, crawl, and slither among us. In Things That Make You Go Yuck!: Mystifying Mutants, you'll learn that genes can be a freaky and fascinating business. From two-toned lobsters to squirrel kittens, this book showcases the strangest and most shocking genetic mutants in the plant and animal kingdom. Whether it's nature's slimiest organisms or the weirdest mutations, Things That Make You Go Yuck! celebrates survival of the fittest, grossest, craziest, and creepiest things in nature, proving once and for all that life in the wild is anything but ordinary.

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