How to Be a Genius

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Dorling Kindersley, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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This incredible book tells you how the brain works, how it helps you survive in the world, and how it makes you the person that you are. You can study the different functions, areas, and states of the brain, and at each stage, there are cool games, quizzes, puzzles, brain teasers, and more! The activities show readers how their brains can work even better, making this a challenging, informative, and practical book; the only one of its kind on the market.

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Review: How to Be a Genius

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Very fun book exploring the brain and thinking systems. Great for the car. You'll want your own copy b/c there are games to write on, etc. (Library copy not so good.) Extremely interesting and moves forward quickly. Neat biographies included. Title not exactly what it's all about, though. Read full review

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User Review  - Sharie - Goodreads

Very fun book exploring the brain and thinking systems. Great for the car. You'll want your own copy b/c there are games to write on, etc. (Library copy not so good.) Extremely interesting and moves forward quickly. Neat biographies included. Title not exactly what it's all about, though. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Andy Smith has been editor of SXSWORLD magazine since its inception in 2006. Prior to that, he was associate editor of Pop Culture Press magazine and once taught high school journalism. He has lived in Austin off and on since 1991, not coincidentally the same year he first attended SXSW.

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