Good Look Inside Your Insides

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Salariya Publishers, 2007 - Human anatomy - 32 pages
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Exploring the human body, this book provides a mixture of torn-paper illustrations and diagrams that bring the subject to life. With simple science projects making an interactive learning experience, it also contains see-through pages, which when held up to the light, reveal the inner workings of the body.

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Author of 17 books, David Stewart is a former professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau. He was Director of the MacCarthy Geophysics Laboratory in North Carolina and Founder/Director of the Center for Earthquake Studies in Cape Girardeau. It is a former Executive Director of the Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium, a sub-agency of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). His other books include "Damages and Losses of Future New Madrid Earthquakes," "The New Madrid Fault Finders Guide," and "The Earthquake that Never Went Away.

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