Don't ever tease a wee amoeba
By calling him a her amoeba.
And don't call her a him amoeba.
Or never he a she amoeba.
'Cause whether his or hers amoeba,
They too feel like you and meba.
What if a boring lesson about the food chain becomes a sing-aloud celebration about predators and prey? A twinkle-twinkle little star transforms into a twinkle-less, sunshine-eating-and rhyming Black Hole? What if amoebas, combustion, metamorphosis, viruses, the creation of the universe are all irresistible, laugh-out-loud poetry? Well, you're thinking in science verse, that's what. And if you can't stop the rhymes . . . the atomic joke is on you. Only the amazing talents of Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith, the team who created Math Curse, could make science so much fun.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - RachelBowers - LibraryThing
Although there aren't as many science lesson and questions as the companion book "Math Curse" contains, this is still a really cute and funny story. I would use it in the classroom as a literary ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing
Sorry. I'd love to rate this highly, because it's clever and artistic and a lot of fun. But I'm concerned that some people will think they can use it to make science fun, and they *mustn't*! There's ... Read full review