See Inside Your Body - Katie Daynes Reviews
Description:ISBN 0746070055 / Author: Katie Daynes / Hardcover / 16 Pages / Book is published 2006-01-28 by Usborne Publishing Ltd
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by - written on 24/04/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I recently read another member's review for this book, and as we were getting ready to start a unit study on the human body, decided to give this book a try. It ended up a very good choice, and of all the books I have on the human body, this is probably the most often read now. I believe this book is designed for ages 4-8, if a parent will be reading it, or ages 8+ for a child to read on their own. My two year old does really enjoy this book as well though. The pages are of very sturdy card and even the flaps are thick and well made. Of course at age two he will not understand a lot of this book, and if I am only reading this to him, I skip many of the facts ... Read the complete review
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