Book: Hardcover | 235 x 159mm | 128 pages | ISBN 9780756662882 | 22 Jun 2010 | Dorling Kindersley | 8 - 17 years
The human body is an intricate maze, a puzzle that still has not been solved and One Million Things: Human Body sets out to teach readers about human anatomy like no other book has before, thanks to the new developments in medical technology.
This book is really very cool. There is so much information packed into the pages that I can't even really describe it. I am certain that it could be read dozens of times and the reader could learn something new each time. Aiden just turned 9 and he seems to like flipping through the pages and reading random bits each time. I actually think that is one of the things he enjoys the most about it- that you don't have to read it front to back in order to understand what it is saying.
He also says "the pictures are cool because you can see what is inside your body too and it is gross and I bet it is squishy too". lol
This is a fun way for kids over 8 to learn about their bodies.
Thanks so much to DK Canada for sending me a copy of this book to review.