Health Books For Kids – Human Body Encyclopedia

February 6, 2016 - Comment

Health books for kids are a great way to get your kids on the right path for the future. The more that they understand how the body works the more likely they will be interested in looking after it. The Human Body Encyclopedia will get their interest for sure. It is a learning book that

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Health books for kids are a great way to get your kids on the right path for the future. The more that they understand how the body works the more likely they will be interested in looking after it. The Human Body Encyclopedia will get their interest for sure. It is a learning book that is stimulating for young minds. The colorful pages and facts of interest in this book for young people will develop a base for understanding how the body works.

Young readers will be introduced to the wonders of the human body. That’s a good thing. An inside look to see how things fit and work together in the body. This exciting book is packed with fascinating facts that make basic anatomy accessible and fun. Full color.

This product makes a fun and practical gift for any occasion. Kill two birds with one stone. A great gift and a learning tool all at once. Sounds like a pretty good deal to me.

Product Features Of The Human Body Encyclopedia

  • Attractive Hardcover book
  • Contains 128 pages of great information and colorful images
  • Basic anatomy explained in a great learning format
  • A base for a young person’s future health knowledge
  • This book makes leisure time at home healthy, fun and productive

Comments

Gen says:

Very, very good! This book is wonderful. I looked at a TON of human body books for my first grader. It seemed nearly impossible to find one for the 5-8 year old crowd that was factually thorough and had real photographs, but that wasn’t too in-depth or too advanced in vocabulary. So many books for this age group are just plain simplistic and cartoony and don’t do justice to the amazing machines our bodies are!Since my dd is highly visual, the pictures are important to us and this book slam-dunks in that category (as usual for DK). Every major body system is covered, as well as a few things you might not think to teach a Kinder to 3rd grader, like allergies and non-verbal communication. My dd LOVED the section on the circulatory system and the real-life photos of the components of blood held her interest in a major way.I highly recommend this for a classical homeschooling family (for first grade) or just for any parent with kids who want to know how their bodies work.

A. Kelley says:

Good overall, but where is the male and female anatomy? I bought this book for my daughter, who’s almost 4, because she started to ask questions about how boys’ and girls’ bodies are different, and I wanted some simple anatomy illustrations to aid our discussion. I find it exceedingly odd that a book called First Human Body Encyclopedia never mentions the penis, not even within the context of the urinary tract. Four whole pages are devoted to the urinary system, but there’s not a single description or diagram to help me explain why boys pee standing up and girls pee sitting down. There’s also a section on reproduction, complete with talk of eggs, sperm, the uterus, and fallopian tubes, and even a female reproductive diagram to go with it, but no vagina. How is that even possible? Is it some sort of last-ditch effort to help mom and dad avoid questions about sex? They’re such glaring and bizarre omissions that I can’t give this book a high rating, even though it’s well-written overall.

GAMom says:

Fabulous! I ordered this item to give as a gift, taking a chance that it would be as good as was reviewed here. I was DELIGHTED! This is a wonderful book for ANY child ages 4 to 12, I’d guess. Actually, I’m 34 and found it fascinating. The text is interesting, font not too small, not too technical or wordy. The mix of photos and models is just right. They have lots of interesting facts throughout, also. Did you know your hair can grow for up to 7 years before falling out? The writer puts amounts in ways a child can understand. For instance, the amount of blood in a baby verses a 10 year old, verses an adult is shown in bottles of red liquid next to a photo of that age person. Stunning photos of developing fetuses, pictures of white blood cells “eating” germs, and much more make this a terrific buy! We need to order ourselves a copy now. I let my kids look at it with me before we mail it to their cousin. We spent a half hour entranced before I realized we better mail it, or it would…

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