It's True! - Your Bones are Stronger Than Concrete by Diana Lawrenson


It's True! - Your Bones are Stronger Than Concrete by Diana Lawrenson

This twenty-sixth book in the fantastic It's True! series takes a squiz at skeletons large and small - what bones are for, how they grow and repair themselves, what happens to them when we die.


'the It's True!nonfiction series...must surely be the funkiest, [most] attention-grabbing titles on any bookshelf...loads of utterly fascinating information and trivia delivered in a most engaging flip style. Great fun yet authoritatively researched...simply irresistible.'

, 2005'humorous pictures bring delightful interpretations to many aspects of the book...interesting facts, figures and photographs along with cartoons which really liven the pace...would bring excitement to the reluctant reader.'Ruth Jones, Larapinta PS, NT

About the Author

Diana Lawrenson has written several award winning non-fiction books for kids. She trained as a nurse and a midwife and lived for a while in the Solomon Islands where she had adventures with cyclones, earthquakes and crocodiles. She is the author of Inside the Australian Ballet and Guide Dogs: From Puppies to Partners , as well as a previous It's True! book, Your hair grows 15 kilometres a year .

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96 pages
Interest Age: From 8


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Publication date

1st June 2007



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