Discover the secrets of the human body, and learn about its complex organization and the amazing ways in which its parts interact and combine to keep us moving, thinking, breathing and growing. "Human Body" is a compelling guide to a community of characters who make up everything inside us.
'Human Body' is a book that teaches young kids the basics of what goes on inside our body and how everything works. The first things that caught my attention when I saw this book were the bright colours and the cool illustrations, they really stood out. The characters were cute, I like the way the authors took pictures of internal organs and made them look like they were individual organisms with their own thoughts and feelings, plus the first-person view of the facts made it seem even more so.
The written facts were fun to learn, I enjoyed the book more than I have enjoyed other non-fictional books, in fact I could read this book all day if I could. I found this book better than the other books in this series that I have read, and I'm looking forward to reading the other books if I ever get copies of them. I think that this book would be suitable for kids 5-10 years old since it's a bit kid-based.
'Human Body' is a fun way to discover what is happening beneath our skin, so get your copy today!
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