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Lift the flaps to find out what happens inside a hospital – and meet some of the amazing people who work there. Young children can explore the emergency and maternity units, learn how x-rays and scans work and see inside an operating theatre. With over 50 flaps to lift and links to websites where you can take hospital tours and meet patients.

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Book information

Age
5+
Key Stage
KS1
BIC CBMC
B5K79
Hardback
ISBN: 9781474948166
Extent: 14 pages
Dimensions: 216 x 192mm
Author/Editor
Katie Daynes and Dr. Zoë Fritz
Illustrator
Stefano Tognetti

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“Look Inside a Hospital”
Isabella sat and read this cover to cover and really enjoyed it, she loved lifting the flaps and found it very interesting. Full of great facts and fab pictures, she has now passed it onto a friend to enjoy as well.

Press reviews

“It's beautifully engaging with so much to see on every spread and with lots of flaps to open on every page. We love it.”
“a fascinating insight into what really goes on in a hospital [...] a hugely important book for any child who might be visiting ill relatives or need to go into hospital themselves.”
“The book sensitively and engagingly explains how hospitals are places where ill or injured people go to get better. [...] this is a reassuring and helpful guide for both children and parents. ”
“The lively and colourful illustrations are packed with detail to absorb and discuss, and they are well captioned. [...] It's a well presented and reassuring book, which gives just enough information to put young children's minds at rest.”
“Care has been taken to include an inclusive and diverse staff and series of patients, with difficult terms explained in clear and concise language – perfect for young readers”

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