What's Eating You? Parasites The Inside Story PDF/EPUB


What's Eating You? Parasites The Inside Story [PDF / EPUB] What's Eating You? Parasites The Inside Story It’s the little things that count as the creators of POOP and EXTREME ANIMALS return to expose the parasites among usMites and lice fleas ticks and tapeworms — most living creatures that have a ha It’s the You? Parasites PDF/EPUB ì little things that count as the creators of POOP and EXTREME ANIMALS return to expose the parasites among usMites and lice fleas ticks and tapeworms — most living creatures that have What's Eating PDF or 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 Eating You? Parasites PDF/EPUB ½ 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 Eating You? Parasites The Inside ePUB Ñ it’s leaping aboard Eating You? Parasites The Inside ePUB Ñ moving targets or morphing their body shapes and what their unwitting hosts have learned to do to fight back and reclaim their space.

  • Hardcover
  • 64 pages
  • What's Eating You? Parasites The Inside Story
  • Nicola Davies
  • English
  • 17 September 2015
  • 9780763634605

About the Author: Nicola Davies

I was You? Parasites PDF/EPUB ì very small when I saw my first dolphin says zoologist Nicola Davies recalling a seminal visit with her father to a dolphin show at the zoo Enchanted at the sight of What's Eating PDF or what she called the big fish jumping so high and swimming so fast she determined right then that she would meet the amazing creatures again in the wild where they belonged And indeed she Eating You? Parasites PDF/EPUB ½ did as part of a pair of scie.



10 thoughts on “What's Eating You? Parasites The Inside Story

  1. says:

    It's hard to love a book that makes you want to throw up a little bit but this one is pretty terrific Clever illustrations and a cheerful tone deliver disgusting information with flair and fun Any book that can describe how mosuitoes are attracted to the cheesy smelling feet of infected people and keep me reading is pretty damn good in my book Explaining how and why the vast array of parasites get on in and hopefully off their animal hosts including us will fascinate and educateSure you'll want to boot while reading it which means a certain type of kid will love it as much as mosuitoes like cheesy feet Sorry couldn't resist

  2. says:

    This is a brilliant non fiction book that chn LOVE It's gory and bluerggh but such fun and very informative It's set out well and easy to access Watch out for A week in the life of a tick and the 2 host Tapeworm game Deeply yuck And guaranteed to get you scratchingEnjoy

  3. says:

    Very informative

  4. says:

    I'm all itchy and freaked out nowthere are some fascinating and some very nasty parasites floating around Earth

  5. says:

    I was given this book by my local librarian as not many kids reading this book To my surprise my 6 years old son kept reading it and he was obviously facscinated by the facts and pictures in this book He interested in science and particularly interested in bacteria germs and parasites and how it affect human bodies He just kept talking about it for 30 minutes non stop and shown me all the pictures He loves the the tapeworm games in the book It is an excellent book for kids who loves microorganism it's rare I found the book interesting and uniue so happy I got this from the librarian Thanks to the author it is well written and a good lesson for my little scientist

  6. says:

    Wow did this make my skin itch This book is not for those with weak stomachs but is very interesting and I found it fun to engage with and very information if you are trying to learn about parasites and their life cycle

  7. says:

    This was a really good children's book It captured the ewww factor of parasites without tipping over into sensationalism and copious fun illustrations balanced the text for an easy read It won't be for every kid but some will really dig it

  8. says:

    This is great for older kids It has a lot of text with great information but didn't uite hold the younger crowds attention

  9. says:

    Loved this book Great and interesting

  10. says:

    Clearly based in scientific facts and lots of good humor this will provide hours of fun for young readers curious about the secret lives of parasites Slimy frogs hairy dogs tough sharks even people have parasites living on their skin and inside their bodies Davies uses a conversational style paired with Layton’s funny cartoon like drawings to introduce the reader to real scientific terms and ideas Parasites’ adaptability to their environment is crucial for their survival Did you know that a tapeworm inside a human intestine can grow to 60 feet long? “They don’t need a mouth or a gut of their own because they just float around in your digested food and soak it up through their skin” Eeww But what 10 year old won’t love telling this at the dinner table? Davies writes in a funny and engaging way; she shares information in bite sized pieces perfect for reluctant readers who need to be drawn into a book The writing style reminded me somewhat of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid style in its informal approach – but this has much content Have fun – but be prepared for some disgusting dinner conversations

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