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by Janet Sacks,Jan Smith


Epub Book: 1693 kb. | Fb2 Book: 1918 kb.

This book is written "Magic Schoolbus" style, in which a teacher is leading her students through a lesson on the human body. Much of the text is written in conversation bubbles, which my then 5-year-old daughter really enjoyed.

This book is written "Magic Schoolbus" style, in which a teacher is leading her students through a lesson on the human body. The drawings and information are accurate and intelligent without being grossly realistic or boring. The book not only focuses on how the body works, but why it is important to take care of it. But what makes this book really special is the pull tabs which "magically" transform line drawings of skeletons and lungs into fully muscled organs.

Series: Magic Color Books. This book is short but fun, fascinating, and packed with interesting information. The book is organized as a virtual school field trip to the aquarium. Publisher: Sterling/Pinwheel (April 1, 2004). Each two-page spread features a specific sea creature. You initially see a black & white outline of the creature's skeleton - but when you pull the tab, you see the creature in full color, superimposed over the skeleton, with key parts identified. There are also plenty of interesting facts about each creature

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Human Body (Magic Skeleton Book). Children love finding out about themselves; they’re curious about what lies beneath the skin.

Publisher: Gardners Books, 2004.

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This book is loaded with clear step-by-step instructions and illustrations, anatomical charts and information, and before-and-after comparisons you won’t find anywhere else-all tailored to creating authentic Japanese-style manga

This book is loaded with clear step-by-step instructions and illustrations, anatomical charts and information, and before-and-after comparisons you won’t find anywhere else-all tailored to creating authentic Japanese-style manga. And in addition to the breakdowns of the various sections of the body, you’ll also learn how all the different elements-including faces and costumes-come together to form complete characters. Basic Anatomy for the Manga Artist contains everything you need to know. No aspiring mangaka (manga artist) should be without it.

Magic Skeleton Book : Discover Hidden Worlds. Nature has lots of hidden wonders, from wasps' nests tucked in hollow tree trunks to ant colonies built in mounds on the ground

Magic Skeleton Book : Discover Hidden Worlds. Nature has lots of hidden wonders, from wasps' nests tucked in hollow tree trunks to ant colonies built in mounds on the ground. Join a class of kids as they walk through a big park and find wonderful things happening everywhere. The tabs help uncover it all. Does the pond look empty? Give a pull and suddenly the water teems with life: mussels, stickleback fish, a great diving beetle, a swimming frog, mosquito larvae, newts, and flora.

Children love finding out about themselves; they’re curious about what lies beneath the skin. With a pull of some tabs, and the cool images here, they can find out how oxygen circulates, about the digestive process, and what makes up the inside of a cell. The mysteries of the skeleton, skull, teeth, brain, heart, and more are revealed to inquisitive young minds, along with very practical information on how they can stay healthy.

Comments: (6)

Faebei
I love this book. It keeps my son interest as he pulls out the tabs and gives more color and details to the picture. Easy to read and very informative in a fun manner.
Onoxyleili
Grandson loves when you pull the tab it looks like an xray. It is written nicely for kids to understand
Ironrunner
My 6 year old daughter really enjoyed this book. It taught just enough about the human body without going into too much detail for children.
Scoreboard Bleeding
I love this book. I got it for my almost 4 yr old daughter and both she and her little brother love it. The pull tabs are very engaging. I don't read them all of the information yet because it's over their head, but it's nice that the book doesn't get old after only a few days and they'll grow into it as the years go by. My only complaints are that you have to be careful not to pull the tabs out too far and one of the pictures is missing some detail. My daughter pulled one tab all the way out and I was able to fix it, but you don't want it happening repeatedly. And on the last page, the picture of a cell is too simplistic-just a black-outlined circle with a black dot in the middle for the nucleus. It labels parts of the cell that aren't present on the picture. It's not a huge deal, but it seems silly to me to label something invisible. Otherwise, the book is great. The tabs show the skeleton, the heart, the skull and brain, the lungs, and the digestive system. The blurbs in the book of the teacher talking to her class give facts like the skin being the biggest organ of the body and how many tons of saliva humans produce each year, what asthma is, good nutrition etc.
Tam
This book is written "Magic Schoolbus" style, in which a teacher is leading her students through a lesson on the human body. Much of the text is written in conversation bubbles, which my then 5-year-old daughter really enjoyed. The drawings and information are accurate and intelligent without being grossly realistic or boring.
The book not only focuses on how the body works, but why it is important to take care of it.
But what makes this book really special is the pull tabs which "magically" transform line drawings of skeletons and lungs into fully muscled organs. My daughter was absolutely transfixed by those tabs and spent many a happy car ride pushing the tabs in and pulling them out, trying to figure out how the magic happens.
Now 9, my daughter still occasionally reads this book. My three-year-old son also finds it fascinating and is, of course, getting his sister's copy all grubby, so I'm ordering a new one for her that she can pass down to her brother when he's done destroying the copy we already own!
Peles
My daughter got this book for her 6th birthday. She has not stopped reading it since. She is constantly reading it and talking about it. Each page has a pull out which when pushed in, looks like the skeleton on the cover, a black and white drawing. When pulled out, it reveals the organs in color beneath. Very well done.
A Magic Skeleton Book: The Human Body (Magic Color Books) download epub
Science Nature & How It Works
Author: Janet Sacks,Jan Smith
ISBN: 1402712146
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
Language: English
Publisher: Sterling/Pinwheel; Later Printing edition (April 1, 2004)
Pages: 12 pages