By DK Publishing
Young children will love studying all concerning the human physique during this unique booklet that units bodies within the context of the animal nation. each one part examines a selected region of the human physique - our eyes, our nostril, our pores and skin -explains what it really is for, after which compares it with the physique elements of different animals. the scale of our mind, the energy of our eyesight, and our skill to speak are all checked out in the course of the lens of the animal country as an entire. through taking a look at the our bodies of alternative animals we are going to achieve a greater figuring out of our personal!
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