The Human Body Explained

The Human Body Explained

A Guide to Understanding the Incredible Living Machine

Book - 1995
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Baker & Taylor
Test and drawings describe human functions such as movement, sensation, energy use, circulation, reproduction, and growth

Blackwell North Amer
The Human Body Explained makes sense of the intricate workings of the body by focusing not on what the body is, but on what it does. In the book's five chapters - "Support and Movement," "Control and Sensation," "Energy," "Circulation, Maintenance, and Defense," and "Reproduction and Growth" - topics are fully explored in double-page spreads with lavish illustrations and clearly written text that employs comparisons and analogies from everyday life to help explain the functions of the human body.
The Human Body Explained makes the human organism in all its complexity accessible to every reader. While each of the book's spreads is a self-contained story, a unique cross-referencing system leads readers to related information both within a particular section and among the other four. This system also makes using the book an active experience and shows the interrelation between the different parts of the body.

Baker
& Taylor

A lavishly illustrated introduction to the functions of the human body provides double-page spreads and clearly written text that use comparisons and analogies from everyday life to convey the facts about our "incredible living machine."

Publisher: New York : H. Holt, c1995
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780805037524
0805037527
Characteristics: 192 p. : ill. ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Whitfield, Philip

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