First Encyclopedia of the Human Body by Usborne

$ 9.99

Each bold, colorful page holds easy text and plenty of images to uncover each part of the human body. From the way it looks, inside and out, to its place in the body, to its function and how it works, each body part is explained in detail. Simple, fun experiments are spread throughout, as well as Usborne-recommended websites that let children explore the human body further.

These fact-filled child encyclopedias are perfect for supplying information to your young students. With colorful pictures and short, captivating entries, these 64-page softcover books will entertain and educate. Finally, children have someplace they can look themselves to answer their numerous questions like "What is snow?" "Why does the moon shine?" "How deep is the ocean?" and "Why do zebras have stripes?" Each book has an index

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