100 Things to Know About the Human Body
Did you know your teeth are harder than steel, that your skeleton loses 94 bones as you grow older, and that the way you eat your food changes the shape of your face?
With colorful, eye-catching, infographic-style illustrations, 100 Things to Know About the Human Body is packed with startling facts and practical information on the human body. A fascinating reading book and great reference book for any homeschool family.
Illustrators: Federico Mariani and Danny Schlitz
Publisher: Usborne Books
Size: 6 7/8 x 9 3/4
Age Recommendation: 9+
My 12 year old brings this in the car and reads us fun facts. Love it!
I read it before my kids and I learned so much! It is so interesting. All the books in this series are great.
Colorful pages. Great pictures. Small, easy to take in paragraphs that aren't overwhelming. Good attention grabbing titles to each page. Very interesting and fun book. Nothing about this book says boring. Makes you want to flip through and learn something new and interesting. Probably good for all ages- my younger kids like that it makes science fun and has fun pictures. And its crazy enough to make even me want to flip through (and get sucked in when I do flip through). You don't even need to be studying anatomy to enjoy this book- just great for kids with body questions and generally curious kids (isnt that every kid?!) Another Happy mom purchase!
Colorful and informative. Pictures with descriptions that are easy to understand. Age appropriate.