How We Are Smart
Readers will learn that being smart is about more than doing well in school. There are eight ways to be smart, and they are reflected in how a person uses his or her body, relates to the natural world, responds to music and art, and more. When readers see how the people in this book used their smarts, they will learn about themselves too, and their own unique ways of being smart. Back-of-book information about the eight intelligences, along with activities, enhance the reading and learning experience.
Lively storytelling and striking illustrations introduce readers to the empowering theory of multiple intelligences and the adventure of discovering how they are smart! Ages 6-13.
By W Nikola-Lisa and Sean Qualls
Lee & Low Books, 2009
Paperback, 32 pages
9.5 x 0.2 x 10.5 inches
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