Synopses & Reviews
"Readers can measure the sorts of things they're good at--swimming, biting, sleeping, etc.--against their animal kingdom counterparts in this lively guide. Numerous photos are set against crisp, colorful backdrops as the book explores skin, movement, various senses ('Some animals, including birds of prey, can see more clearly than we can'), and growth. The brief tidbits, active typography (that lets a tiger 'Roar' and a rabbit 'Thump!'), and emphasis on humans along with animals should hold kids' attention. Ages 5 8. (Sept.)" Publishers Weekly (Copyright PWyxz LLC)
Children will love learning all about the human body in this original book that sets our bodies in the context of the animal kingdom. Each section examines a specific area of the human body-our eyes, our nose, our skin- explains what it's for, and then compares it with the body parts of other animals. The size of our brain, the strength of our eyesight, and our ability to talk are all looked at through the lens of the animal kingdom as a whole. By looking at the bodies of other animals we will gain a better understanding of our own
Children learn all about the human body in this original book that sets the human form in the context of the animal kingdom. Each section examines an area of the human body, then compares it with other animals. Full color.