Your Amazing Skin from Outside In

Your Amazing Skin from Outside In

Illustrated by: Bonnie Timmons
For Ages: 8 and up
This Edition:
9781481422055 Hardcover $18.99 Atheneum Books for Young Readers July 01, 2019
Other US Editions:
9781481422062 eBook $10.99 Atheneum Books for Young Readers July 01, 2019
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About the Author

Joanne Settel

Dr. Joanne Settel is an award-winning writer of science books for children. Dr. Settel’s most recent book, Exploding Ants: Amazing Facts About How Animals Adapt, was listed as one of the Outstanding Science Trade Books for Children (2000) by the Children’s Book Council. She also coauthored a popular series of children’s books including Why Does My Nose Run?, Why Do Cats’ Eyes Glow in the Dark?, and How Do Ants Know When You’re Having a Picnic?, which was also named an Outstanding Science Trade Book For Children (1986). Dr. Settel has a PhD in Zoology. She is a professor emeritus at Baltimore City Community College, where she taught courses in biology, anatomy, and physiology. She lives with her husband in Maryland, where she enjoys hiking, bird watching, and gardening.

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