Science Comics: The Brain: The Ultimate Thinking Machine Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-07 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 15 user ratings

" This graphic novel was a fun way to learn more about the brain and how it works. However, many pages are so packed with information that it started to feel a little too much like a textbook. " said.

" Such a great graphic novel! So much information on the Brain for such a complex organ. This book made it easy to follow, learning in depth and fun. " said.

" 3.5 stars. This graphic novel is chuck full of fascinating facts about the human brain. I will use it as a reference I'm sure. It is too much information for a sit down and quick read, but if has great info. " said.

" I'm actually surprised these are for children, because I have to slow myself down and really take my time trying to grasp the concepts taught. They don't dumb down any language, but I worry that my daughter will give up reading with some of the big words and concepts. They are very educational and I will continue reading them for the things I learn, I just wish some of the concepts were presented in easier to understand analogies. " said.

" My 9-year-old son and I enjoyed the facts in this book, and we certainly learned a lot about the brain. I felt there were some parts that seemed like they weren't in the right order, or they were repetitive, and with a lot of complicated scientifically vocabulary, I'm not sure how long the average young person would stick with this one. " said.

" I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher ---Start with a Big Bang and learn about space and the solar system in this volume of Science Comics, an action-packed nonfiction graphic novel series for middle-grade readers!Great book for people of all ages - I learned a lot and I am a 51-year-old librarian. Gret drawings and easy to read. Great for kids of all ages!! " said.

" This graphic novel is full of information, perfect for children looking for a good non-fiction book. The use of a graphic novel to share this information makes the book intriguing. The authors make good use of the illustrations to relay information. A glossary appears at the back but no resources for where the authors discovered this information. There are many more books in the series on various topics. " said.

" This is my first book I've read from the Science Comics books series and I can see why they're popular. I laughed out loud A LOT and the fun illustrations make difficult concepts easier to digest, but there's also A LOT of information lumped together that made it overwhelming. I bumped this review up a star because of how surprisingly entertained I was and would still recommend it to middle grade audiences interested in science. " said.

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