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DK Revealed: Human Body by Sue Davidson
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DK Revealed: Human Body

by Sue Davidson

Series: DK Revealed

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0789488825, Hardcover)

Start with a picture of a human head; read all about the outer surface of the brain beneath the skull and the protective fluid that encases it. Then, peel back the acetate page to reveal the same spread but with the next layer of brain tissue and central nervous system visible. This completely unique system of show-and-tell combines cutting-edge computerized photomontage and acetate technology with tried-and-true nonfiction subjects featuring material written, researched, and photographed by experts in each field.

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With in-depth information about each part of the human body, together with innovative cross-sections and unique transparent layers, you'll be able to explore everything from how your blood clots to the almost magical properties of your skin. This unique visual reference is a superb way to uncover the real mechanics of the human body.… (more)

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