Why Is Snot Green? : And Other Extremely Important Questions (And Answers) (Hardcover)

Author: Murphy, Glenn

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For use in schools and libraries only. Sure a lot of kids want to grow up to be astronauts, but according to scientist Glenn Murphy, even MORE kids want to know what happens to astronaut farts. (Short answer: Not good things!) And they want to know: Why don''t all fish die from lightning storms? Why haven''t we all been sucked into a black hole? Do animals talk?


Publisher Turtleback Books
Mfg Part# 9780606107303
SKU 214414779
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 0606107304
Release Date 2/7/2011
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Annotation "Do rabbits fart?" "Did people ski during the Ice Age?" and "If lava melts rocks, why doesn't it melt the volcano?" are just a few of the excellent questions answered in this excellent book. Author and educator Glenn Murphy has fielded thousands of questions from children over the years during presentations, and he has collected his favorites about the planet, outer space, animals, and people here. With B&W line drawings.
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Book Format Hardcover
Minimum Age 09
Number of Pages 0236
Publisher Turtleback Books
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