Lerner Interactive Books are amazing for tons of reasons, but here are the top two: 1. They help readers of all levels improve their literacy skills. 2. Readers are exposed to engaging and educational Lerner content! You may be aware of our iBooks, but are you aware of all of the great content they feature? This week’s spotlight is shining on the new Lightning Bolt Books ™ — What Traits Are in Your Genes? series.
Learn about the physical features you inherit in the What Traits Are in Your Genes? series—part of the Lightning Bolt Books™ collection. With high-energy designs, exciting photos, and fun text, Lightning Bolt Books™ bring nonfiction topics to life!
|Hair Traits Interactive Book|
Body Parts: Double-Jointedness, Hitchhiker’s Thumb, and More Can you stretch your thumb back to your arm? Is your pinkie straight or slightly bent? What determines the way your joints bend—or don’t bend? Read this book to find out about how your genes affect your physical features.
Eye Color: Brown, Blue, Green, and Other Hues What color are your eyes? Brown is the most common color. But some people have blue, green, gray, hazel, or amber eyes. What determines your eye color? Read this book to find out about how your genes affect your physical features.
Facial Features: Freckles, Earlobes, Noses, and More What facial features do you have? Freckles are a common feature. So are turned-up noses and unattached earlobes. What determines your facial features? Read this book to find out about how your genes affect your physical features.
Hair Traits: Color, Texture, and More What color is your hair? Human hair color ranges from white and light blond to black. Red is the least common hair color. What determines the color and texture of your hair? Read this book to find out about how your genes affect your physical features.
Can you roll your tongue into a U-shape? Some people can. But other people’s tongues stay flat. What determines whether you can roll your tongue?
Vision: Nearsightedness, Farsightedness, and More Do you see clearly? Or do faraway objects look blurry to you? Maybe objects in the distance look clear, but you have trouble reading close-up print. What determines how your vision works? Read this book to find out about how your genes affect your physical features.