The Skeleton and Muscle Systems: How Can I Stand on My Head? by Sue Barraclough
  

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The Skeleton and Muscle Systems: How Can I Stand on My Head? by Sue Barraclough

This series looks at the body's various systems, with simple explanations and gradually building diagrams making a complex subject digestible. This book uses interesting contextualisation to make the topic more engaging. Each system is broken down into component parts to make comprehension easier. Readers are introduced to key features of non-fiction, including an index, glossary and suggested further reading.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 5-7 years

Author

Sue Barraclough
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Publisher

Heinemann Library an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd
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Publication date

19th May 2009

ISBN

9780431138206


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