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Muscles: Our Muscular System

by Seymour Simon

Series: Human Body

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Horn Book Magazine 11/1/1998

Muscles appear as mighty mechanical equipment of the human body in this vivid and succinct introduction. Bold, computer generated photo-graphs and drawings delineate particular muscles and the overlapping sheets of muscle grouped in several regions of the body, magnifying the muscle surface. Simon's well-ordered discussion emphasizes the skeletal muscles along with the nonvoluntary muscles and the heart muscles. This book interconnects particularly well with Simon's earlier titles The Brain and The Heart, which describe the control centers for muscle operation and provide close-up views of the heart. The complementary nature of the books in this series promises an ever-expanding apprecia-tion and understanding of the complexities of the human body. m.a.b.
  AConiff | Jul 20, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0688177204, Paperback)

Don't move a muscle--read all about them! Did you know that...

Without muscles you couldn't blink--or even breathe!

Nearly 700 muscles control your life.

Big or small, a muscle is made up of just one cell.

Exercise doesn't give you more muscles, but it strengthens the ones you have.

Discover how muscles make us move--and see what it really looks like under your skin.

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Describes the nature and work of muscles, the different kinds, and the effects of exercise and other activities on them.

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