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The Human Body Book (Book & DVD) (edition 2007)

by Steve Parker, Robert Winston (Foreword)

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A guide to human anatomy for the 21st century. Includes unique computer-generated 3-D images. An essential interactive manual for healthcare professionals and students of human biology, as well as a comprehensive reference book for the family.
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Title:The Human Body Book (Book & DVD)
Authors:Steve Parker
Other authors:Robert Winston (Foreword)
Info:DK ADULT (2007), Hardcover, 256 pages
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The Human Body is an informative book about the body. In the story the author really goes in dept about every aspect of the human body. Also its speaks about health and certain things you can do to stay healthy. This story also speaks on your muscles, skin, body movements, and hygiene. I think this book would be great for a PE class. I would present this book to an older middle school or high school class because how wordy it is. ( )
  TaylorRankins | Nov 20, 2014 |
As a mother i like to tell science story to my kids. They ask so many things from the picture in this book. The picture is great and the kids love it.When that time happen it feel so sweet to be with them and answering their questions, will keep me happy. In Malaysia, we try to have that reading habit in our new generations.
  Isazamia | Nov 21, 2012 |
I really enjoyed this book, mainly because I've been learning this in Science class, and I just did a project on that.
Overall, I think this book is really easy to read, because it has so many pictures with captions, explaining in detail what the steps are.
Since I've learned the basics in class, it was really fun learning and reading about it with greater details. ( )
  pineappleflavoredcow | Dec 4, 2010 |
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A guide to human anatomy for the 21st century. Includes unique computer-generated 3-D images. An essential interactive manual for healthcare professionals and students of human biology, as well as a comprehensive reference book for the family.

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