Kids Get A Close-up Look At Animal Skulls
In his new children’s science book titled, SKULLS (http://www.amazon.com/
The weirdest skull? That prize goes to the babirusa, whose lower canine teeth can curl up, around and back into its head. Most surprising skull? The elephant. The large nasal opening in the top of its skull may have been the inspiration for the Cyclops in Greek mythology.
With the increased emphasis on making science accessible and appealing to elementary school students, Artell’s goal was to write and illustrate a fun science book that even reluctant readers would enjoy. In addition to the skull images, he includes fun facts about each animal, cartoons, jokes and a skull matching quiz. And for those kids who want more information, Artell includes a resource supplement with web sites on the subject.
Mike Artell is the author (and usually the illustrator)
Mike is available for interviews and appearances. Contact him by phone/text at 985 789-3423 or by email at email@example.com
Skulls Hardcover $19.95 ISBN-13:
Skulls Softcover $12.50 ISBN 978-0991089420
Skulls Kindle edition $1.99