Human Body (A Visual Encyclopedia)
Children are innately curious about their bodies and how they work, and this impressive resource will satisfy the most inquisitive of your budding medical students. Beginning with body building blocks and how our body parts work together, children will learn about bones and muscles, heart and blood, germs and the immune system, lungs and breathing, digestion, urinary system, fertilization and fetal development, the brain and senses, memory, personality and body language. The reference section provides quick personality tests, logical and creative thinking puzzles (with answers), a timeline of medical discoveries and a detailed glossary. Vividly illustrated with detailed information, this resource is a 'must have' for your homeschool or classroom library. Please note: this is from a secular publisher and contains anatomically correct illustrations in the life cycle section. Indexed. 256 pgs. HC. ~Deanne
Next in the bestselling tradition of Animals: A Visual Encyclopedia and the first substantial human body encyclopedia aimed at young children, Human Body: A Visual Encyclopedia entertains and excites, while putting key biological information at young readers’ fingertips. Employing a dynamic visual approach, this children’s encyclopedia explains how the body works through pictures, making the subject matter accessible and intuitive to readers of all ages. The accompanying text is simple, lively, and packed with amazing facts and surprising stories that appeal to curious minds. Specially-commissioned 3-D imagery of the body systems and organs will delight every budding scientist and doctor!
Supports the Common Core State Standards.