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Brown Paper School book: Blood and Guts (1976)

by Linda Allison

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Discusses the elements of the human body. Includes suggestions for related experiments and projects.
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Good information, clever drawings. ( )
  mykl-s | Jun 18, 2023 |
I would probably use this book in a 5th or 6th grade class. The pictures are not always very detailed, so it might requiring some higher level inferring skills to use the illustrations to help with understanding the content. ( )
  AmandaJH | Apr 26, 2016 |
Comically graphical, suprisingly well detailed, a concise but interesting look at human biology. Good for kids, but a good quick reference for adults too. The cartoon graphics aren't always the clearest. ( )
  reading_fox | Feb 28, 2007 |
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You are miles of blood vessels, billions of cells, hundreds of muscles, thousands of hairs, quarts of blood.
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