Review! Brain Games by Jennifer Swanson

braingamesBrain Games: The Mind-Blowing Science of Your Amazing Brain

Written by Jennifer Swanson

Forward by Hank Green

112 pages – ages 8+

Published by National Geographic Kids on September 8th 2015

Synopsis- Have you ever wondered what your brain can do – exactly? Why we feel what we feel? What makes us ‘go’? Get ready to take a trip through your brain with this National Geographic Kids book!

What I Thought- This is a really fascinating book! I enjoyed reading it. It presents the information in a fun way and makes you want to keep reading. There are new topics on each page, usually under the topic listed at the beginning of the section. (ex: Emotions). There are good activities throughout the book to tickle your brain and are just plain fun to do. The book has pictures through-out it that make the book reminiscent of a scrapbook-type collage. I sincerely recommend this book to everyone interested in the operations of the brain.

I give this book five out of five bookworms.fivebooks

Categories: Age 9+

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10 replies

  1. Always loved this kind of book when I was a kid. Love that it’s “still a thing” πŸ˜‰


  2. hi brother nice reviews i really like it Mr green


  3. Love brain games and puzzles. Could never get enough of them as a kid. I love the cover.


  4. Sometimes I wish my brain could be operated on. Sounds really interesting and great for kids to know this stuff.


  5. My boy and I loooove the National Geographic Kids imprint. (Except the Angry Birds one; that was quite the cash grab.) I’m looking forward to seeing this one.


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