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Brown Paper School book: Blood and Guts Paperback – October 30, 1976
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The book is organized very well, as the author devotes a chapter to each of the following topics: skin, bones, teeth, muscles, heart, lungs, cells, digestion, kidneys, eyes, ears, balance, brain and nervous system, and reproduction. She provides a basic but quite informative narrative for each subject at hand, includes a number of helpful illustrations, and lays out a number of experiments by which kids can see and learn about the individual subjects themselves. Many of these experiments are very simple and can be performed quickly and easily, while others call for a few supplies that necessitate adult involvement - some of these can be dangerous, such as several different kinds of acid. The book also suggests the acquisition and minor dissection of things like hearts and kidneys, but that probably goes a little farther than most parents will want to go.Read more ›
It's appropriate for a wide range of ages...elementary to high school. It's pages are black and white, even the drawings, but you're so interested that you don't even care. I keep it beside the encyclopedia and have caught adults pulling it off the shelf and reading it.
I'll be looking for other books by this author.
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Used this for homeschool with 5th and 2nd graders. Fun and most of the experiments work and are easy.Published 7 months ago by ScoutTN
I loved this book humorous entertaining written and illustrated along good comics with large pictures.This book should be placed in your survival kit. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Marlenajon Waihee-Stafford
This is a great book. My son is enjoying it so far. The experiments and activities are interesting entertaining and some are a bit gross, which he LOVES. That's a boy for you.....Published 23 months ago by homeschool mom kris
This book has some good information in it, but it heavily pushes evolution. It does not just stick to the facts about our bodies. It pushes the evolutionary belief system.Published 23 months ago by mms_mm2
Fantastic! This will help me in what I need to do. It arrived quickly after I ordered it. Cannot wait to use it.Published on May 14, 2014 by Amy P.