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Written by Heather Alexander
Illustrated by Andres M. LozanoWrite A Review
This is a typically informative and cleverly designed book from Wide Eyed Editions, one of our leading new publishers of non-fiction. Over 16 spreads, it asks 100 questions about the human body, from what are my bones made of, to why do I have a spleen, to what does my brain look like. The answers are often hidden behind flaps – there are 70 of these - for example you can open up the heart to examine what’s on the inside, and peep inside the eye. The flaps make this a fun, interactive reading experience as well as an informative one. ~ Andrea Reece
How many bones do I have in my body? What does my heart do? And why do we breathe? Find out in this fact-filled book, the first in a new non-fiction series for children aged 5+. Each book answers 100 questions in a simple and informative way, and has more than 70 lift-flaps to open.
Part of Life on Earth, a key new series for children 3-5 from Wide Eyed Editions.
|Publication date:||2nd March 2017|
|Illustrator:||Andres M. Lozano|
|Publisher:||Wide Eyed Editions|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
|Genres:||Fascinating Facts, Science|
Heather Alexander was born in New York City, and now lives in New Jersey. She began her career editing children's books such as Goosebumps and Fear Street, before moving into writing. She has written over 40 books for children.More About Heather Alexander