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Picture This! Human Body

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Picture This! Human Body
by Margaret Hynes (Author)

Booktalk: This quick, clean, no-nonsense reference book is all about the human body. Designed for the sophisticated eye of today’s middle schoolers, fascinating facts and important anatomical information alike are presented both visually and in words.

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Sleepyheads
It may seem like we do nothing when we sleep; however, the brain is actually very active at this time. Scientists use an EEG machine to detect and display brain waves–the patterns of electrical activity produced by the brain cells.

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2 thoughts on “Picture This! Human Body

  1. Over at Sally’s Bookshelf we’re searching for animals with “Hide-and-Seek Science: Animal Camouflage” by Emma Stevenson.
    http://sallysbookshelf.blogspot.com/2013/09/hide-and-seek-science-animal-camouflage.html

  2. Archimedes Notebook is taking notes on fall butterflies. There are still a lot of ’em flying here in the northeast, and some friends captured some great mug shots. http://archimedesnotebook.blogspot.com/2013/09/fall-butterflies-fill-air.html