Tell Me About: The Human Body (inbunden)
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Tell Me About: The Human Body (inbunden)

Tell Me About: The Human Body

Inbunden, Engelska, 2023-02-02

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Making big science topics just the right size for little readers as we explore the human body. Did you know that your body is two-thirds water? Or that it takes two days for food to go right through your body? The human body is pretty amazing, and we'd like to tell you why... So sit back, and let expert scientist and CBeebies writer Emily Dodd tell you all about the human body. With bite-sized text, facts to make you say 'WOW', and easy-to-understand explanations, big science topics are now just the right size for readers 4 years plus. Brilliantly illustrated by Chorkung, this is the perfect little book for readers who are just discovering all the AMAZING STUFF in the world around them.
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Emily Dodd (Author) Emily Dodd is passionate about science, wildlife and storytelling. She worked in museums as a science educator for eight years, and has a MSc in communicating science, a BSc in Geophysical Sciences and a HNC in counselling. Emily is a screenwriter for CBeebies (including the science shows Tiny Wonders and Nina and the Neurons), as well as a writer of picture books and non-fiction for children and adults. Chorkung (Illustrator) Chorkung is an artist based in Thailand. Now she works in the Monk studio as a visual development designer and illustrates children's books as part-time work. Chorkung likes to experiment with colour and characters, and this is reflected in her vibrant, friendly work.