Memory Superpowers!: An Adventurous Guide to Remembering What You Don't Want to Forget (Hardcover)
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A fun and highly practical guide to helping kids achieve remarkable memorization skills—now in paperback
Nelson Dellis, the four-time USA Memory Champion, reveals the secrets to his phenomenal ability to remember almost anything. From presidents to state capitals, from mathematical theorems to the periodic table, kids have so much to remember for school!
Luckily, readers have Dellis's incredibly helpful guide! The book is structured as an entertaining and fantastical narrative in which the author guides the reader as they attempt to climb Mt. Foreverest. Up there, the goal is to defeat the Memory Thief, a villain plotting to steal the memories of everyone. On the journey, while encountering pirates, forest dwarves, and mummies, Dellis offers tools and tricks to remember the US presidents in order, foreign word meanings, countries and capitals, the periodic table, long numbers, and multiplication tables. But really, he’s providing easily understandable exercises to help the reader remember any kinds of words, lists, numbers, or concepts. Perfect for helping with school studies in any discipline and for amazing friends and family, Memory Superpowers! is one unforgettable book.
About the Author
Nelson Dellis holds a number of memory records and is a four-time US Memory Champion and a Grandmaster of Memory. He is a highly sought-after memory expert and public speaker and has made appearances on the Today show, ABC’s Nightline, The Dr. Oz Show, Katie, the Oprah Winfrey Network, and more. He lives in Miami.
"A handy go-to for teachers and students that offers a variety of methods for all different types of learners."
— Kirkus Reviews
"Stilwell’s illustrations are whimsical."
— School Library Journal
"Stilwell’s bright illustrations accompany this book that’s full of useful tips that will help students enjoy learning to study better."