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A truly extraordinary interactive look at the miracle of the human body.
Designed to take the reader on a fascinating step-by-step journey of discovery, each spread focuses on a part of the body. It provides a visually rich and clearly described explanation of the vital processes, such as circulation, the nervous system, and the organs. Uniquely, a pocket in each spread also provides the component parts to construct the appropriate section of a detailed model of the human skeleton with internal organs in place.
This original and superbly engineered book offers the whole family a great way to understand how our bodies work.
Assembled model is over 50cm high.
As jy jou wil slap lag, moet jy 'n slag gaan by die dierehospitaal gaan inloer. Die verpleeghasies, die hennesusters en dokter Slurp sal jou lagspiere kielie en jou blitsvinnig lagfiks en gesond kry! Dis die ideale medisyne teen alle kwinte en kwale!
New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean brings readers along for a fun and surprising adventure with Pete the Cat!In Pete the Cat and the Lost Tooth, the tooth fairy asks Pete for some help. But it's not easy being the tooth fairy for Pete when a tooth goes missing--will he be able to find the lost tooth before it's too late?Beginning readers will love Pete's adventure as the tooth fairy in this My First I Can Read story, complete with original illustrations from the creator of Pete the Cat, James Dean. My First I Can Read books are perfect for shared reading with a child.
The third book in the World Elite Dance Academy series from international superstar, wellbeing guru and Pussycat Doll, Kimberly Wyatt Quirky headteacher's son, Andre, is under a huge amount of pressure to succeed. He's obsessed with street dance, and uniquely talented - but all eyes are on him, except the ones that really count. His dad just doesn't seem to get him, or care about his dreams. Can Andre find a way to be himself, as well as please both of his parents? Can he overcome his fear of letting everyone down, or will it all prove too much? Join Andre and his new friends on a fierce, empowering and sometimes scary journey to dance stardom. Kimberly Wyatt rose to fame as a member of one of the biggest girl-groups of all time, The Pussycat Dolls. Together they sold over 55 million records world-wide, before coming to an end in 2010. Now a firm favourite on our UK screens, Kimberly has appeared on scores of high profile TV shows, notably as lead judge on SKY 1's `Got To Dance', as well as CBBC's 'Taking the Next Step'. She was crowned 2015's winner of BBC1's hugely popular primetime show, Celebrity Masterchef. Passionate about keeping fit, eating well and being the 'best version of yourself', Kimberly has fast become a positive role model and fitness inspiration for many. She tours schools with her 'Well Fit' campaign with the Youth Sport Trust, promoting the physical and mental wellbeing messages that tie in to her books. In 2014 Kimberly became a mother to daughter Willow. Written in collaboration with Siobhan Curham, author of Dear Dylan, Finding Cherokee Brown, Midnight Dreamers and editorial consultant on global blockbuster, Girl Online.
Yulee and her four friends --- Nick, Pedro, Sally and Martin --- are taking a trip to her aunt's farm to pick apples and make an apple crisp for a potluck harvest dinner. Yum! But first, Aunt Sara gives the friends a tour of the whole farm, where they learn what it means to eat balanced meals, why eating local food matters and all that goes into getting food from farm to table. Who knew there was so much to learn about what we eat? It makes everything taste better!Award-winning author and illustrator Scot Ritchie uses accessible and entertaining language and familiar characters from his other books to encourage young children to make healthy choices about what they eat. Each stop on the farm tour introduces a basic food group: the field of wheat and oats for grains, the garden for vegetables, the henhouse for protein, the barn for dairy and the orchard for fruit. Ritchie's cheerful, busy illustrations invite children to look closer at the details. This is a terrific book for a science or health lesson to broaden young children's understanding of healthy eating and why local food matters. The potluck dinner includes a multicultural group of neighbors and provides opportunities for discussions about community involvement. There is an apple crisp recipe at the end of the story. Also provided are a table of contents and glossary.
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