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What's Eating You?: Parasites -- The Inside Story (2007)

af Nicola Davies

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Mites and lice, fleas, ticks, and tapeworms -- most living creatures that have a habitat also are a habitat, including you (are you itchy yet?). Unwelcome guests -- parasites -- are everywhere, from the barnacles hitching a ride on a humpback whale's head to the tiny flies that control a bee's brain and make it literally dig its own grave. Now an expert team returns for an in-depth look at how these insidious critters do it, whether it's leaping aboard moving targets or morphing their body shapes, and what their unwitting hosts have learned to do to fight back and reclaim their space.… (mere)
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This book tells the reader about the different kind of parasites that are on the planet, how they helped shape the earth, and how we as humans can prevent getting bad parasites. This book is so knowledgeable. This book can honestly be used in the science curriculum to teach about hygiene, parasites, the human immune system, and many more other topics. Teachers can divide this book into sections and teach about a different parasite each day as a closing to the class period. I would have loved to learn about lice in school because it was not taught to me. All I knew was the nurse would check students for lice once or twice a year. This book is just filled with so much knowledge that students should be taught. I enjoyed reading this book and learning. I look forward to using this book in a science lesson. ( )
  A.Bode | Apr 24, 2019 |
You know all of those parasites? The ones that make you itch all over? Reading this book will explain all about parasites that can live off of your body as well as the other animals around you. Read with caution as you may begin to feel them all around you. ( )
  bradfordtam | Jul 14, 2016 |
In my opinion this book is very overwhelming. As a reader I felt that the writing was a lot because the author used so many different fonts that made the book seem choppy. For example, the book explained the different types of parasites and then explains that people should always take their medicine. Also, the illustrations were too detailed that it was difficult to continue the book. For instance, the page where the author explained about tapeworms and how they travel in humans’ feces is little disgusting. This book is about how parasites are everywhere and that there are good ones and bad ones living in our body. ( )
  eranda2 | Mar 1, 2016 |
I thought this book was very funny, informative, and slightly disturbing. I enjoyed how Nicola Davies made parasites seem humorous and normal. Sometimes though, the illustrations and text were very hard to follow. For instance, text would be hidden inside of an illustration. ( )
  Ls54321 | Jan 24, 2016 |
I absolutely adored this short informational text piece. For starters, the illustrations were simple but easily identifiable, I knew what the animals were and I could tell the animals from the people. I loved that on some of the illustrations Layton made it in a way where there were illustrations within his illustrations. I also enjoyed the way Layton represented parasites that generally live inside of you, he made the people look like x-rays of themselves and you could see their bones and intestines. Another reason I really enjoyed this story is the way the author decided to layout the works and information on different pages. The first page is written very short and to the point to try and get the flow going. Then he moves onto paragraph form which contains ample amounts of information. But then Layton does something fun with the information using the illustrations. He puts the information into arrows and points them to the illustration of the animal he is referring to. The big theme or idea of this book is to inform the reader about parasites and how we are potential feeding grounds for these little insects. ( )
  AliRadford | Oct 1, 2015 |
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Wittily illustrated with simple art, and written in a humorous and engaging style, this is a great kids' science book, and would be a wonderful accompaniment to an afternoon spent with a magnifying glass in the park, or online with a search-engine.
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Mites and lice, fleas, ticks, and tapeworms -- most living creatures that have a habitat also are a habitat, including you (are you itchy yet?). Unwelcome guests -- parasites -- are everywhere, from the barnacles hitching a ride on a humpback whale's head to the tiny flies that control a bee's brain and make it literally dig its own grave. Now an expert team returns for an in-depth look at how these insidious critters do it, whether it's leaping aboard moving targets or morphing their body shapes, and what their unwitting hosts have learned to do to fight back and reclaim their space.

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