Nurse Florence(R): Why and How Do We Sneeze? by Michael Dow is an engaging and informative read that is sure to captivate young readers. The story follows three girls, Jen, Condi, and Sonia, as they explore the reasons why people sneeze. Through their lunchtime conversation with Nurse Florence, the girls learn about different types of allergens that can cause sneezing. The book introduces young readers to the world of science and medicine in a fun and creative way. What’s more, the author’s use of scientific terminology encourages young readers to learn and explore new concepts.
I appreciated the author’s approach to language, where he explains the use of bigger words, often found in prestigious schools, to aid in their understanding of the human body’s mechanics. The author does an excellent job of simplifying complex concepts, making the book easy to understand for young readers. The captivating illustrations in the book add an extra layer of engagement, bringing to life the different types of allergens and making the book an enjoyable visual experience.
I highly recommend Nurse Florence(R): Why and How Do We Sneeze? to parents, teachers, and anyone interested in introducing young readers to the world of science and medicine. It is an excellent resource for teachers looking for an exciting way to introduce scientific concepts to their students, with the added benefit of sparking their curiosity to learn more about the human body.
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