Leanne Boucher Gill, PhD, is a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL. She is fascinated with all things brain related and often ropes her students into library, museum, and classroom programs to teach kids about the brain. She maintains an active research program at NSU studying how exercise affects the way we think. She is the author of two books about the brain, released in 2021. Big Brain Book: How It Works and All Its Quirks is geared toward tweens, teens, and beyond and won a 2022 Kids’ Choice Book Award. Lobe Your Brain: What Matters About Your Grey Matter is geared towards younger children and is being translated into simplified Chinese. Her third book, Sensational Animal Senses: The Stimulating Science of Sensation and Perception, is geared towards older children and adults and is due out in 2024.