Take an amazing interactive tour of the extraordinary and fascinating Human Body, now on the Kindle Fire
Younger readers can find out how the human body really works with Human Body A Children's Encyclopedia. What is the biggest organ? The smallest bone? The strongest muscle? Have your questions answered, then see how these body parts work as you flick through colourful image galleries of magnified cells and tissues
Designed for the Kindle Fire, Human Body A Children's Encyclopedia is jam-packed with fun body facts, including:
- 255 gallery screens showing you the body at its biological best
- Visual encyclopedia for children that puts the key facts at their fingertips
- Key curriculum topics in biology and science that make this perfect for school project work
From the top of your head to the tip of your toes, Human Body A Children's Encyclopedia will excite and educate a child's inquisitive mind. Meet the engine room of the body, the beating heart; the brilliant brain; the amazing lungs and the super skeleton.
Explore the main systems of the body and let your child learn what makes the body tick with Human Body A Children's Encyclopedia.
Publication Date: 05 Oct 2012
Age: From 9 To 12 years