100 Things to know about the Human Body
Find out who the tallest person is, how we wake up in the morning and what makes us blush in this superb introduction to the human body. A great book to answers the how's and why's of inquisitive young minds. With quirky illustrations and clear and comprehensible text, children can pore over the vast information provided all day or dip in and out of it as they please. A great way to broaden children's knowledge of an essential scientific subject, away from the classroom.
Brain Gym: Level 4 Laura Miller You use your brain all the time. It is like a very intelligent computer inside your head. What does your brain look like? What does it do? Come on, let's exercise your brain!
Clothes at Work: Level 2
Mechanics have coveralls, and chefs can have tall hats. Some vets wear white coats, and a dentist wears a mask. Uniforms are clothes at work. We see them all the time. Do you wear a uniform... at home, at school, at play?
First Encyclopedia of the Human Body Fiona Chandler This is a fantastic new edition of this bright and lively encyclopedia, introducing young readers to the wonders of the human body. Filled with information on the brain, respiration, circulation and the senses, this book answers such questions as "Where does your food go?" "How many bones are there in your body?" and "What are eyelashes for?". Simple text, amazing photographs, detailed illustrations and a selection of exciting recommended websites make the subject easy to understand.
Fire Fighter! Angela Royston Ring! Ring! Ring! The Fire Fighters are coming. A house is on fire and the Fire Fighters are on their way to save the day. DK Readers will help your child learn to read and encourage a life-long love of reading whilst learning all about brave Fire Fighters! DK Readers are part of a five-level highly pictorial reading scheme, which uses lively illustrations and engaging stories to encourage reading. Level 2 Readers have long sentences, increased vocabulary, information boxes and a simple index. Read them together with children who are beginning to read alone and with early or reluctant readers.
Hair In Funny Places Cole, Babette Girls and boys are always curious and sometimes even alarmed by the behaviour of their bodies as they grow up. Puberty being a particularly unsettling time, Babette Cole has made this the subject of the fifth title in her bestselling series of 'family dilemmas'. Who else but Babette would have the temerity to tackle this subject in a picture book and the genius to carry it off! In Hair in Funny Places her artwork is without exaggeration some of the best she has ever done: it is brilliant. The text takes the form of a conversation between a small girl and her teddy bear, and is ingenious and funny. It is the behaviour of Mr and Mrs Hormone (wonderfully depicted) which is responsible for and plays havoc with the physical and emotional states of girls and boys throughout puberty. This book is bound to be controversial but Babette has never taken the conventional path and her readers love her for her outrageous approach to little mentioned topics.
Harry's Clothes Project: Level 5 Marie Crook How many different clothes can you see in the street? Think about all the different clothes you wear in just one day, in just one week. And the different clothes for different times of the year! Harry did a project about clothes for his teacher. He knows a lot about clothes now. How about you?
HUMAN BODY NEWQUIST, HP Did you know the first blood transfusions were between people and lambs? Or that the first prosthetic hand with a hook was created so a French soldier could hold the reins of his horse in battle? Or that scientists recently grew a nose? Invention & Impact, an exciting new series from PYRG-Smithsonian, introduces young readers to experiments, discoveries, and breakthroughs such as these, which have huge impacts on our world. Each highly visual book in the series starts with a big idea and then explores that concept through specific objects that give kids the micro and meta picture on how inventions and ideas connect over time. The debut book in the series looks at one of the most complex systems on planet Earth: the human body. From artificial eyeballs to aspirin to 3-D printed body parts, this first Invention & Impact book profiles the objects that scientists and tinkerers throughout history have invented (or cobbled together) to protect, repair, or improve our physical selves. And...
Human Body 3-D Pops Richard Walker Discover the human body with incredible augmented reality animations. The amazing human body literally leaps from the pages of Human Body: 3-D Pops. Watch the dancing skeleton, and explore each of the body's systems and how they work with these 3-D digital animations. It's so simple - just hold up the page to a web-cam to activate the animation and see the human body on the page pop-up on screen. Augmented reality boxes indicate where you can find the next animation. This book is packed with detailed facts, stats and figures on the extraordinary human body. Get inside the body and view models, such as the beating heart, from all angles. You won't believe your eyes!
Human Body a Children's Encyclopedia
Take a closer look at the amazing, extraordinary and fascinating Human Body. Jam-packed with over 100 body parts with a journey involving your head, shoulders, knees, toes and a whole lot more, this definitive guide includes exciting pictures that encourage your child to learn about their remarkable bodies. From the top of your head to the tip of your toes, "Human Body: A Children's Encyclopedia" is a book to excite and educate a child's inquisitive mind. They'll meet the engine room of the body, the beating heart; the brilliant brain; the amazing lungs and the super skeleton. With 10 sections that explore the main systems of the body, let your child learn what makes the body tick with "Human Body: A Children's Encyclopedia".