Learning in Action by Anna Claybourne
Human Body

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Through cool pop-ups, lift-the-flap surprises, and sound and light effects, children can actually see, hear, and experience how the human body works. They learn how life begins, from cell to baby, with an amazing 3-D pop-up of a newborn that comes to life with a real cry, and listen to the beating of a human heart while watching a light-up EKG. Detailed illustrations and engaging text ensure the book is both entertaining and educational.
 

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Published August 11, 2009 by Silver Dolphin Books. 12 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Children's Books.

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Part of the Learning in Action series, this interactive pop-up book focuses on the systems of the body. Pushing a button causes the heart on the cover to visibly and audibly beat, while a heart mon

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