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I enjoyed this book for many reasons. The language used is informational, but not too much for a young child. The illustrations include diagrams that help the reader understand the text. The characters are students and can be relatable. The big idea is to teach children about the functions of a heart. ( )
  mzellh1 | Mar 24, 2015 |
Great for K thru 3 readers. This book has longer sentences and larger vocabulary that students should know. Great when talking about vital organs or just organs in general. ( )
  aengle | Mar 25, 2009 |
Marilyn Courtot (Children's Literature)
Kids know that the Magic School Bus and Ms. Frizzle mean a crazy learning adventure. In this story filled with puns and notebook pages of factual information, readers learn about the role of the heart in humans and animals and why blood flows through our bodies. It is a lesson easily absorbed. The book also has another story line about the preparations for Keesha’s birthday party. Some of the really amazing facts are captured on a page that compares the number of heartbeats per minute for humans (around 70) to that of a hummingbird (about 1000). The busy illustrations, which are typical of the series, show the kids in the main story and the magical adventure. Thought bubbles provide the humor, and notebook pages give more facts. A Level 2 book in the “Scholastic Reader” series. Note: there is a “Dear Parents” page at the beginning of this reader explaining the levels in the series and also providing some important tips to help children learn to read. 2005, Cartwheel Books/Scholastic, $3.99. Ages 5 to 7. (CLCD) ( )
  Lorrie | May 14, 2007 |
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  hse | Apr 4, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439684021, Paperback)

Based upon the award-winning TV series, Magic School Bus Scholastic Readers make learning an adventure!

Ms. Frizzle's class is learning about the heart. They get in the Magic School Bus because they are going to see a movie. But they find themselves on a heart-pounding adventure!

The bus ends up going through Keesha's circulatory system. The class travels through the bloodstream and learns about the heart's job and how it works with the lungs.

Hop on the Magic School Bus and find out what's at the heart of it all!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:46 -0400)

Ms. Frizzle and her students have a heart-pounding adventure as they learn about the human heart and the circulatory system.

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