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Author: Gallimard Jeunesse,Pierre-Marie Valat,Claude Delafosse
ISBN: 0439692989
Pages 30 pages
Publisher Scholastic, Inc. (2004)
Language English
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Rating: 4.9
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eBook Hidden World: Human Body (A First Discovery Book) download

by Gallimard Jeunesse,Pierre-Marie Valat,Claude Delafosse


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Hidden World: Human Body (A First Discovery Book). Part of the First Discovery Series and Mundo maravilloso Series). Topics include: The Diversity Of The Human Form How A Baby Grows In It's Mommy's Tummy Parts Of Digestion Bones Teeth The Five Senses Dreams And Sleep Smaller Parts Of The Body As One Might See Them Under A Microscope.

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In Hidden World Human Body, young children will learn fascinating facts about the hidden world inside the human body and how it works!
Geny
The book is missing the "magic flashlight," which makes it less useful. Was not noted in the description. Please provide.
fightnight
I was disappointed that this book was sold with a missing piece. In order to look at the pictures on some pages there was a pull out "viewer" in the back. That viewer was missing from the space it was suppose to be in. The book is not usable without it.
Vetitc
This is clever little book that uses transparencies and a paper flashlight to add a little fun to an tremendously interesting topic: what the human body is all about.

In this book you remove the paper flashlight from the back page and then slide it between the black pages and the transparencies to `illuminate' (actually just draw attention too) parts of the pictures.

Topics include:

The Diversity Of The Human Form

How A Baby Grows In It's Mommy's Tummy

Parts Of Digestion

Bones

Teeth

The Five Senses

Dreams And Sleep

Smaller Parts Of The Body As One Might See Them Under A Microscope

...at the end there are pictures and the question: "Did you find these hidden pictures..."

If you are interested in detail here's a little more about the topics:

The diversity of the human form - actually this is only two pages that show different kids and you will probably have to point out to them that people come in all kinds of shapes and sizes. The text is: "Each human body is a wonderful world! Turn the page to find out how human life begins.

How a baby grows in it's mommy's tummy - One page shows a mom and babe with the development of the mommy's belly and the relative size of the baby in silhouette. There is also a transparency that shows a baby at one, one-and-a- half, 3, and 5 months.

Parts of digestion - An girl is shown in silhouette with a the 5 parts of digestion labeled beneath: chew, swallow, digest, absorb, and eliminate. A blue circle indicates where the food is in the process.

The accompanying transparency depicts the parts of the body: such as esophagus, liver, pancreas, etc. The digestive processes, as well, is briefly discussed: teeth, saliva, etc. They do not mention stomach acid, but only say that in the stomach food is broken down even further. They then say that it passes into the small intestine where nutrients are absorbed. Then through the large intestine and out the rectum.

Bones -- there is an xray type picture. They touch on the structural aspects of bones as well.

Teeth -The transparency shows an `xray' type picture of a boy's skull with bones, nasal cavities and teeth showing. Sure to be of interest is the fact that baby teeth are `pushed out' by the adult teeth.

Dreams and Sleep - a really useless transparency of no real merit accompanies text that reminds us that while we sleep, our brains stay active.

Smaller parts of the body as one might see them under a microscope - these include what a slide with a skin bisection with a hair might look like. In addition: white blood cells; red blood cells, muscle, bone, brain; egg and sperm cells.

Four Stars. This book is not comprehensive (and perhaps should not be for this age group) but it does have gaps which they could have easily been covered.

Also, there is nothing graphic or yucky in this mom's opinion and although it is hardly comprehensive, it probably contains enough detail for the six and under crowd.

**See Magic School Bus videos for a fun ride through Arnold's digestive track. For the bodies defense system, take a ride through Ralphies' body.
Dreladred
My 3 year old wanted to know how food gets to the stomach and beyond (of course). This book serves to explain how food is digested, how 1/2 of the skeleton looks (no feet, mom), and how a baby grows in the mother...but it misses muscles, circulatory system, nervous system and isn't very detailed when it does discuss the five senses. The main attraction of this book is the fascinating paper flash light that seems to illuminate the very good illustrations on transparencies. It is a winner - we just wish it covered more and answered more questions.
Steel_Blade
The price is a little steep-- the book is child-sized, meaning it's about seven square inches big-- but boy does it make up for its size in presentation! The flip-transparencies are ingenious, as well as the method for viewing it. My 5 1/2 year old son couldn't put it down. Its language is clear but not dumbed-down. There may be a few vocabulary words that the younger readers will ask about. But honestly, this is a GREAT introduction to human anatomy for this age group-- by far the best one I've seen.