Life on Earth: Human Body

Publisher: Wide Eyed Editions

What makes hair straight or curly? What happens inside your stomach, and why can't you smell when you have a cold? Each double-page spread of this colourful board book details the parts of your body, bones and muscles, organs, the brain, the five senses, the digestive system and the immune system, featuring numerous question-and-answer flaps on every page.

Ideal for children in Year 1 or 2, this introduction to the body is visually appealing and interactive with just the right level of text and information, being interesting and fun but also brief. Young readers can dip in and out of the book, asking and answering just a few questions at a time, or read through longer sections with a grown-up.

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