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What Makes Me, Me? by Robert M.L. Winston
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What Makes Me, Me? (edition 2004)

by Robert M.L. Winston

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Title:What Makes Me, Me?
Authors:Robert M.L. Winston
Info:Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd (2004), Hardcover, 96 pages
Collections:Children's/YA Books, 5 Star Books
Rating:*****
Tags:Children's, Science, Reference, Biology, Children's Non-fiction

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What Makes Me, Me? by Robert Winston

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Vivid pictures and illustrations highlight this book that explains what we are made of. The glossary and index make this an excellent resource for science and research projects. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0756603250, Hardcover)

In search of the origin of individuality, world-renowned scientist and author Robert Winston takes the reader on a tour of the human mind and body. Winston's exploration of the human body goes beyond cells and anatomy to examine how genes and experience determine who we are.

This brightly colored and vividly designed book takes a new and exciting approach to learning about human beings. What Makes Me Me? is the first children's book to explore how genes, experience, and biology work together to make every person unique.

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An exploration of human biology, focusing on the uniqueness of each individual. Includes activities to explore genetics and personality traits.

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