The Sun and Brain Are Kind of Big Deals Pack
Combining silly jokes, surprising facts, and silly pictures, these funny books introduce the superstar of our solar system and our brain!
Bestselling Author-Illustrator, Clever Cartoon Illustrations, Making Science a Blast, Humour on Every Page, Comic-Style Artwork, Fast Facts, Laugh-Out-Loud Science
Topics and Themes:
Solar System, Sun, Planets, Pluto, Seasons, Brain, Human Body, Dreams, Thoughts, Nervous System
The Brain is Kind of a Big Deal
Just think about everything the brain does. It's always working to keep our bodies alive and safe... and it imagines funny stuff too. Why is the brain such a big deal? Because it makes us who we are, of course!
This funny and factual picture book from Heart and Brain creator Nick Seluk explains the science behind everything the brain helps you do: keeping your heart beating, telling you when you are sleepy, remembering stuff, and more. The brain is in charge of everything you do, every minute of every day for your entire life. That's kind of a big deal.
Each spread features bite-sized text and comic-style art with sidebars sprinkled throughout. Anthropomorphized organs and body parts -- recognizable from Nick Seluk's New York Times bestselling book -- help readers learn through funny jokes and comic panels. Funny, smart, and accessible, The Brain Is Kind of a Big Deal is a must-have!
The Sun is Kind of a Big Deal
Oh hey, guess what? The Sun never stops working to keep things on Earth running smoothly. (That's why it's been Employee of the Month for 4.5 billion years.) So why does the Sun get to be the center of attention? Because it's our solar system's very own star!
This clever picture book explains every part of the Sun's big job: keeping our solar system together, giving Earth day and night, keeping us warm, and more. In fact, the Sun does so much for us that we wouldn't be alive without it. That's kind of a big deal.
Anthropomorphized planets (and Pluto) chime in with commentary as readers learn about the Sun. For instance, Mars found someone's rover. Earth wants the Sun to do more stuff for it. And Jupiter just wants the Sun's autograph.