See Inside Your Body Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-02-12 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 130 user ratings

" A good overview of various body functions. " said.

" A great first book about the body. Flaps make it engaging. Short blocks of text get to the point and share fun facts. Doesn't gloss over the icky stuff like pee, vomit, and poop, but does skip over reproduction. Nice art, including using tinted, enlarged slides of cells for the backgrounds! " said.

" Title: See Inside Your Body (2006)Author's: Katie Daynes and Colin KingAn Usborne Flap BookSummary: This book has 15 pages and over 50 flaps to teach all about your body.This book is great for people who want to learn about their bodies. " said.

" This is a great book. It is really informative and very interactive with flaps that children can lift and learn more about the human body. I think this would be a great book to have in any age of classroom. The information is great for older students and the younger students would enjoy looking at all of the pictures and lifting the flaps. " said.

" My kids are facinated w this book, and it has brought about some very poignant conversations about the miracle of our bodies, and is another way to show your kids that curiosity about their own and others' bodies is okay and not shameful. It's also an opportunity to show our kids that even if its' sometimes embarassing, they can trust us to be honest and forthright with them. " said.

" Marshall LOVES this book. I lost count how many times he wanted to read this. It is a big, sturdy, lift-the-flap board book and it's packed with info about your body. The first full page spread about following food through the digestive system had him hooked (you see poop and where it comes out)! Since then, he's had so many other questions and asked for so many other books about the way his body works. " said.

" Children in our school LOVE books about the body, and they especially LOVE books about the body with fold-up flaps to see what's inside. This is a durable, detailed exploration of how our bodies work, and while there is a lot of detailed text, both K1s and K2s will crowd around this book in the library, pointing out different surprises to their friends and talking at length about what is happening: "It's germs! It's blood! It's eyes!" " said.

" GREAT visual resource for teaching kids about the major body systems. The pictures make it easy to teach a first grader the basics, but the text details make it good for upper elementary students, too. And who doesn't like a book with flaps? They are irresistible to kids who need interaction to learn best. It takes a complex subject and simplifies it in a way that can be used year after year. Love the pictures and bright colors, too! My favorite Body book! " said.

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