Digestion and Reproduction

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Gareth Stevens, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The Human Body is a four-volume series specially designed to study the remarkable structures and processes that are part of all of us. Each volume offers young readers detailed information about the multitude of functions that occur continuously inside the human body. Accurate, easy-to-understand text accompanied by detailed color illustrations work together to provide a clear picture of what enables the extraordinary machine that is the human body to work smoothly and efficiently.

The stomach, liver, gallbladder, intestines, and kidneys, plus ova, hormones, chromosomes, and more -- how can so many parts and pieces work together so smoothly? Digestion and Reproduction presents an exciting opportunity to readily grasp topics that may seem, at first, too complicated to understand. Clearly labeled illustrations help readers visualize and simplify the processes involved in the journey of food through the body and the reproduction of the species -- and put essential knowledge of the human body quickly and easily into their hands.

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