Electronic Time for Learning: The Human Body by Peter Rillero
Electronic Time for Learning: The Human Body is an interactive sound book that teaches readers about the human body through facts, colorful illustrations, audio pronunciations of more than 150 scientific words, and more than 200 interactive quiz questions. Designed for readers ages 7 and older, this hardcover book investigates the inside of the human body, from goose bumps to burping to sneezing and more. Each chapter details a different body system with lively text and clear diagrams. To hear how an anatomical term is pronounced, readers enter a three-digit "Say It" code from the text into the keypad attached to the book. Scientific terms range from the familiar (triceps, insulin) to more advanced terms like gastrocnemius, zygomaticus major, and optic chiasma.
Readers can also use the book's codes to answer interactive What Do You Think? quiz questions, such as: How many cells does your body have? and What percentage of the brain consists of water? To further enhance learning, each chapter concludes with a 10-question challenge. After entering your answer choices on the keypad, you'll hear your final score.
Electronic Time for Learning: The Human Body is a fascinating look at the mighty machine called the human body. Each of its chapters teaches important facts about anatomy through text, images, and sound: