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Human Body

Facts at your Fingertips
Walker, Richard (Book - 2013 )
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
Human Body

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Destined to be toted in school backpacks everywhere, DK's new encyclopedia series for young readers contains on-the-spot information in children's favorite subject areas. Kids love facts: they want to know about the biggest, fastest, tallest, and oldest everything. Full of instant information, these books feature a fresh and striking design that is sure to appeal to the middle-grade audience. These single-subject guides offer a unique catalog-style presentation, which clearly lays out individual subcategories with concise and punchy text covering all of the essential information on whatever topic is at hand. Arranged into chapters on bones and joints, blood and heart, lungs and breathing, digestion and waste, brain, nerves and senses, and the life cycle, Pocket Genius: Human Body is a look at the body from head to toe, from the outer skin to the tiniest cells.
Authors: Walker, Richard, 1951-
Title: Human body
facts at your fingertips
Publisher: London :, DK,, 2013
Edition: First American edition
Characteristics: 156 p. :,colored illustrations ;,18 cm
Statement of Responsibility: written by Richard Walker
Notes: Includes index
Contents: Shaping the body
Blood and lymph
Lungs and breathing
The digestive system
Controlling the body
Reproduction and growth
ISBN: 9781465408822
Branch Call Number: j 612 W1835h 2013
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