The Human Body by Steve Parker
An Amazing Inside Look at You!

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This entertaining introduction to the everyday workings of the human body will captivate young readers as it explains in clear, accessible terms just what makes us all tick--and run, play, speak, cough, learn, and eat. Ideal as a family resource, The Human Body also makes an invaluable classroom reference. 240 color photos.
 

About Steve Parker

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Steve Parker works at Britain's Natural History Museum, is a Scientific Fellow of the Zoological Society and is author of "The Encyclopedia of Sharks,
 
Published January 1, 1995 by The Book Company. 128 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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The overseas origins of this volume, subtitled An Amazing Inside Look at You!, are apparent only in a few subtle details of language and illustration.

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but How does it work? Two books help encourage curiosity about the world around kids--and inside them, too. What Happens When...? by John Farndon, illus. by Steve Fricker and Mike Harnden, explains ho

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by Steve Parker, computers are used to combine photographs of real kids' bodies with anatomical models of skeletons, muscles and internal organs.

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