Time-Life Books, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 87 pages
Questions and answers present information about such aspects of our body as senses, emotions, growing, fitness, dental care, babies, and sexuality.
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Why Do Foods Taste Different?
Why Do We Make Fingerprints?
Why Do We Sweat When We Get Hot?
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air pressure animals answer baby baby's balance become bellybutton big teeth blink blood vessels blow our nose body needs body temperature bones brain breathe bruise bump called catch cold causes cavities cells child clogged cochlea Cough and Sneeze dental pulp dermis diaphragm dirt dreams eardrum epiglottis Esophagus Eyelashes eyes field of vision fingerprints fingers freckle germs glasses Grown-ups hair grows hand head inner ear inside keep lachrymal larynx lens light locomotive skills look lots of little lots of melanin male middle ear milk teeth Moles move mucous membrane mucus muscles nails grow faster nerves nose runs outer ear oxygen Parent The human placenta protect receptors roots salt skin sleep soft palate sound stomach stop hiccups surface sweat taste buds tears things throat tissue tongue tube turns white Uvula vibrate vocal cords voice warm white crescent windpipe wrinkle yawn