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Destiny Brown | 732 comments Children's Picture Seeks Reviews - Neuron Galaxy

Neuron Galaxy by Karen Littman
Neuron Galaxy
By Morphonix (four authors and illustrators)
Publisher: Morphonix, LLC
Published: September 2016
ISBN: 978-0692747667
Genre: Children's Picture Book
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), pdf

Neuron Galaxy is a story about a lonely little neuron that wants to connect with other neurons. The book will help children to understand the basic function of the brain and appreciate what a wonderful, amazing organ their own brain is — one of the most remarkable things in the galaxy!

Prominent neuroscientists vetted the text and have endorsed the book. The story makes a graphic connection between the stars in the sky and the cells in our brain. It leaves readers with a sense of awe and wonder for the human brain equal to our awe and wonder for the universe.

“This wonderfully crafted beginner’s text on the brain, its neurons and its near magical abilities will help young readers and their parents learn about the body’s most valuable organ.” — Floyd Bloom, MD, former Editor-in-Chief of Science magazine and Professor Emeritus, The Scripps Research Institute

“Neuron Galaxy is a beautifully composed journey, sure to stimulate any child’s enthusiasm to learn about their brain.” — Adam Gazzaley, MD, PhD, University of California, San Francisco

For 25 years Morphonix has been creating award-winning games and apps that introduce children to neuroscience and help them understand their growing brains. Neuron Galaxy is part of NeuroPlay Adventures, a suite of games, apps, stories, and songs that help children understand their growing brains.

For review copies contact:

Jay Leibold

message 2: by Kristin (new)

Kristin Vincent (kristinkitty) Hi there :) Your book sounds interesting. I have a fantasy book that I'm trying to get readers for, would you be interested in doing a review swap?

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