Series: Sticker books
By Alex Frith
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WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts. Choking hazard.
A fascinating introduction to the human body that answers key biology questions such as ‘What is blood for?’, ‘What do muscles look like?’ and ‘How many bones does a body have?’. Each page covers a different topic such as the skeleton, muscles, circulation, the digestive system, cells and more, with anatomical-style illustrations and colour photographs. With over 130 stickers of organs, bones, x-rays, scans and cells to help children learn about the human body and how it works.
Alex Frith has been a children's author for more than a decade, covering every topic on Earth, from prehistoric animals to robots with artificial intelligence, and everything under the Sun, from the origins of the Universe to the adventures of Thor, God of Thunder. At home he reads too many comics, and attempts to raise three children with an awful lot of help from his wife, and no help at all from his cat.
“A fascinating, fun and interactive science lesson.”
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