The details of their year in Paris did not interest me at all.
Debby Heerkens, a seventh-grade biology teacher at the Groene Hart Rijnwoude school in the Netherlands, did just that when she began a lesson about how our bodies work.
Living myself 100 years later in rural Colorado about a two hour drive from where they lived, the book had some local interest for me.
The author took what should have been an interesting subject and made it painfully dry.
In order to do this, we need to know who and where these girls are.
The transition to the next diagram should only take a split second.
The real problem, Sax eventually discovered, was that the second and third-graders were being educated by teachers who did not understand the differences in how boys and girls learn.
They acquaint them with the food pyramid and discuss how each food group affects the body.