Gr 4-8 Yet another in Seuling's series of ``freaky fact'' books. You Can't Sneeze with Your Eyes Open covers a variety of oddities about the human body. Entries are grouped by topic, covering the body in general, body systems and functions, the brain, birth and death, diseases, medical practices, and ``beliefs and curiosities.'' In all, a wide range of information is covered, from ``you can't burp while lying on your back'' to the estimated worth of a 100-pound human body. Some of the facts are interesting and may promote a desire for further research on the topic; others are rather ho-hum. Cartoons drawn in fine line break up the text and reinforce the light tone of the book. Like Seuling's other books, Elephants Can't Jump: and Other Freaky Facts About Animals (Lodestar, 1985), Last Cow on the White House Lawn: and Other Little Known Facts About the Presidency (1978; o.p.) and You Can't Eat Peanuts in Church and Other Little Known Laws (1975; o.p., both Doubleday), this one would be especially useful for book-talking or for suggesting for recreational reading. Denise L. Moll, Gallimore Elementary School, Canton, Mich.