Who Are You?: Why You Look, Feel, and Act the Way You Do

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Maple Tree Press, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Discover what makes you unique.

From fingerprints and DNA to your personality type, there is no one on earth exactly like another. But what is it that makes each person so special? Targeted to the burgeoning 'tween market (an age group that is ALWAYS fascinated with self-discovery), this grab-bag of fun facts and activities will help young readers get to know themselves better. It features:

  • Body language
  • Left brain versus right brain
  • Personality types
  • Gender differences in brains

Further topics include:

  • The individuality of beauty
  • Healthy food for healthy bodies
  • The lowdown on sleep
  • What Chinese animals signs, numerology and the zodiac say about you
  • Discovering your unique stress profile
  • Fascinating facts on the five senses

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Contents

Contznts
5
How You Look
12
Growing Pains
20
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Sylvia Funston is the author of Mummies, Monsters, Ghosts and Magic.

Sylvia Funston is the author of Mummies, Monsters, Ghosts and Magic.

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