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An interactive guide to human anatomy for kids. With 10,000 words and in depth discussions and color images of major body systems (heart, lungs, brain, kidneys, digestive system, pancreas, cells, eyes, ears, and more) this ebook designed for children and teens is a great learning resource youth and children interested in learning more about the human body.

Each chapter includes 2-3 questions or learning activities to insure that children are grasping the content of the section. Written at a higher level and appropriate for children and educators interested in providing a clean, in depth, and educated look at human anatomy for children.

Is your child fascinated by the heart or lungs? Do they want to know about how the eyes work. This book has bright high quality pictures and great facts about the major body systems. Human anatomy and physiology is so incredible and this book is a great starting point for children wanting to specialize in life sciences some day.

Jon, the author, is a Registered Intensive Care Nurse who graduated Magna Cum Laude from his BSN program.

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A book about heart medications...

Not for kids, and has almost nothing to do with human anatomy.
the book talks mostly about medication and little about how the body works.