By Brady Barr
Chomp is a book about animals, their bite force and their menus. These are the animals you don’t want to meet in the wild when they are hungry. They describe each animals bite force, which is the amount of pressure an animal applies when it bites down. An adult human has a bite force of 200 pounds.
My favorite was an alligator snapping turtle nicknamed slicer. It looks like a dinosaur and has really sharp teeth.
Kids who are into science and learning stuff would like this book. Schools should have this book. It is easy to read and understand. They make each animal interesting.
I think it would be cool to meet Brady Barr one day. He has a cool job