My Bones

My Bones Why do we need sleep How many bones are in your hands Young children can find out the answers to these and many mind bending questions in this bumper guide to the human body Bright colourful layouts

  • Title: My Bones
  • Author: Sally Hewitt
  • ISBN: 9781595665522
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Why do we need sleep How many bones are in your hands Young children can find out the answers to these and many mind bending questions in this bumper guide to the human body Bright, colourful layouts combine with clear, concise text to make complex ideas easy to grasp Covers the brain, heart and lungs, digestive system, bones, health, exercise and hygiene.

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    1. This book is an informational nonfiction book, meaning that it is intended to inform through the use of facts. It has a target audience of K-2. Hewitt does a great job of informing children about how their bones develop and where their bones are located in their body and what breaking a bone means. The use of many diagrams throughout the book helps to keep the age group it is intended for enticed throughout the entire book. The book I felt would pair greatly with this one is called It's Broken! [...]

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