Human Body Factory: The Nuts and Bolts of Your Insides

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Kingfisher, Jul 17, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Human anatomy has never been as entertaining as this look at a day in the busy human body factory. From the CEO sending out orders in the brain to "waste" being sorted and delivered out of the body at the other end, the busy workers who keep everything running smoothly introduce each ‘department.’ All the major systems are covered, and the ingenious illustrations are packed with  humorous details that kids will love to pore over. All of this amazing artwork is backed up with   fascinating facts and clear explanations of the body’s essential processes. Whether it’s toxic signs and workers wearing biohazard suits in the large intestine, lab workers in dinghies mixing gastric juices in the stomach with a giant whisk, or park keepers on the skin keeping things clean among glades of gently swaying hairs and sweat-gland sprinklers, we promise that kids will never think about their bodies in the same way again.

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About the author (2012)

Dan Green, who studied Geology at Cambridge University, is an experienced freelance editor and science writer. He has authored many of the books in the Basher Science series.  Edmond Davis studied design in the 1980s and since then, he has embarked on a career as an illustrator. Passionate about technical drawing and the science-fiction subgenre ‘steam punk’, Edmond has worked for a variety of clients, including Penguin and British Gas.

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