Human Body (Eyewitness Explorers Series)

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How fast do our bodies Grow?

What is the body's Largest organ?

Why do our bones Bend?

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Use the grid co-ordinates to navigate around the human body. Throughout there are amazing facts and statistics, as well as website links to help you to expand your knowledge. The informative text is ...

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New York, NY 1994 Hard Cover 1st American Edition, 1st Printing New in None As Issued jacket BRAND NEW Copy. Excellent introduction to, and handy resource of, human physiology ... for young readers just beginning to explore the ego and raising the question "Who and what am I? " Photographs of daily activities (such as eating, sleeping, breathing, brushing teeth) are accompanied by short, informative captions. Book need not be read in one sitting, and most likely will be re-read and re-read. Fine copy. Read more Show Less

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Overview

How fast do our bodies Grow?

What is the body's Largest organ?

Why do our bones Bend?

Discover the answers to these questions and many more...

Use the grid co-ordinates to navigate around the human body. Throughout there are amazing facts and statistics, as well as website links to help you to expand your knowledge. The informative text is written and checked by experts. Every topic is illustrated by detailed images, photographs and diagrams.

Examines the workings of the separate systems that make up the human body.

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Beverly Kobrin
Send report writers investigating the human body to this fine volume. It include one- or two-person experiments that help youngsters investigate and understand how their bodies function. Detailed captions and lables combine with many full-color photographs to show the inner working of the human body.
Children's Literature - Debra Briatico
This resource uses detailed text, full-color illustrations, diagrams, cutaways, and photographs of anatomical models and microscopic views to present information about the human body. The author provides current information about body organs (brain, heart, skin), systems (circulation, digestion, reproduction) and functions (breathing, eating, growing). Part of the "Eyewitness Science" series.
Children's Literature - Susie Wilde
DK offers a series of "action packs" that will stimulate children's natural curiosity. Each kit comes with a guidebook and lots of subject related activities. The Human Body includes a press-out 3-D skeletal model and a growth chart. Since many kids learn through hands-on activities, this may be the perfect choice for home or a classroom project. Other titles in the series are Rome, Light & Illusion, Pyramid, Dinosaur, Night Sky, Flight, Castle, Puzzle, and Tutankhamun & Ancient Egypt.
Children's Literature - Wendy Ricci
This special interactive kit includes everything a curious child needs to learn about the major body systems. Included is a model skeleton with assembly instructions, tab cards that show movement of various bones and muscles, a poster, activity cards, and a guidebook with introductory information about each body system. All materials are neatly organized in a box that can be reused for storage.
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Gr 3-6Two titles with a slightly different bent. Instead of a straightforward presentation of what exists, Parker poses a series of hypothetical questions such as ``What if the Earth were twice as big?'' and ``What if there were no wind?'' In The Human Body, he asks ``What if we had no skin?'' and ``What if people didn't have sex?'' Explanations are clear and lively (if perhaps given too many exclamation points). Average-quality cartoon illustrations mirror the texts and provide a touch of humor. Given their scattershot approach, the books are better suited to browsing than for report writing. The ``Understanding Science & Nature'' series (Time-Life) gives a bit more coverage in these areas.Susan Chmurynsky, East Kentwood Freshman Campus, MI
Children's Literature - Pat Trattles
Do you know it takes forty-two muscles to frown but only eighteen to smile, or that you use more than 100 muscles to raise your arms? Do you know that the body makes three million new cells every second and that if you joined the body's blood vessels end to end they would stretch twice around the earth? Readers will learn these facts and many others in this title in the "Science Library" series from Mason Crest Publishers. Designed for upper elementary and beginning middle school students, it covers cells, skin, joints, muscles, skeletal, cardiovascular, neural, reproductive and digestive systems, dreaming, sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. In short, if it has anything to do with the human body, it is covered. Each chapter begins with a short introduction to the topic then is supplemented with colorful photographs, diagrams, illustrations, and short boxed paragraphs providing more detailed information. A grid with labeled coordinates forms the background of each page. This grid is used to cross reference information and lead readers to related subjects within the book. For example, readers who want to know more after reading about the inside of the eye on page 26 are referred to page 32 (n15) where they will learn about the vision center in the brain. Each two page spread also contains statistics and interesting facts, amazing trivia, and suggested websites for further information. Complete with a glossary and detailed index, this information packed book is a great addition to the science classroom. Reviewer: Pat Trattles
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781564583222
  • Publisher: DK Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/15/1994
  • Series: Eyewitness Explorers Series
  • Edition description: 1st American ed
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 60
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • Lexile: 730L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 5.80 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Body basics 8-9

The micro body 10-11

Wrapped in skin 12-13

Joint effort 14-15

Muscle power 16-17

Take a breath 18-19

Heartbeat 20-21

Eating for life 22-23

Water and waste 24-25

Sight and sound 26-27

Smell, taste and touch 28-29

Nerves all over 30-31

Awake, asleep, a dream 32-33

Making babies 34-35

Glossary 36-37

Index 38-40

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