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43 pages

Plates Illustrative of the Different Parts of the Human Body

Creator: Andrew Fyfe | 1826



8 pages

Anatomical Diagrams of Abstruse Parts of the Human Body

Creator: George D. Dermott | 1823



484 pages

Physical essays on the parts of the human body and animal oeconomy

Medical - 1734


Body Directory

Human body - Wikipedia
The human body is the entire structure of a human being. It is composed of many different types of cells that together create tissues and subsequently organ systems.

Human Body ebook. Elementary human body lesson plans for ...
This human body book requires the use of frames. Students at Malletts Bay School in Colchester, Vermont learned about the Human Body through lessons given ...

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Innerbody - Human Anatomy: Learn All About the Human Body ...
Explore the human body like never before! With hundreds of interactive anatomy pictures and descriptions of thousands of objects in the body, InnerBody.com will help ...

Human Body Online - innerbody.com
Basic anatomical detail, schematic views of the human body.


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  • Puffin Books

    Amazing You!: Getting Smart About Your Private Parts

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    Parts (Picture Puffin Books)

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  • DK

    The Human Body Coloring Book

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    Rating (81 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    DK

    Better than my NASM text book

    5/5 Amy Markus - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Human Body Coloring Book (Paperback) I'm currently studying to become a NASM certified personal trainer, and the illustrations in this book are better than the ones in my NASM textbook. Not to mention the explanations, which are well written and easy to understand. This is so much more than a coloring book. I'm really not sure how I would learn every single muscle in the human body (something I do need to do for my certification) without the help of this book. Highly recommended., December 13, 2014

    The Human Body Coloring Book

    5/5 ROBERT BERNACCHI (concord, ca) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Human Body Coloring Book (Paperback) This is one fantastic book. It is like a combination hardback and paperback book. This is the most detailed of all my coloring books including, Gray's, Netters, etc. The book is about 285 pages and is on both Anatomy and Phisiology. I like this book because each section has a detailed color picture explaining the system you are working on. And gives you instructions on how to label and color the picture. A study guide plus coloring all in one. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 8, 2016

    I bought this for my Anatomy and Physiology class - this is the perfect companion I LOVE USING THIS BOOK

    5/5 aakhl - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Human Body Coloring Book (Paperback) AMAZON BOOK! I bought this for my Anatomy and Physiology class - this is the perfect companion I LOVE USING THIS BOOK! The diagrams are easy tor read and follow and not congested. Other books I've looked into have very small and hard to read diagrams. The book is also very rough and tough as it's a hybrid of a paperback and hardback cover. I would totally buy this book again! :) Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 20, 2015
    List Price: $21.95


  • Random House Books for Young Readers

    Inside Your Outside: All About the Human Body (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library)

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    Rating (179 reviews):
    (4.8/5)
    Random House Books for Young Readers

    One of the most delightful human anatomy books for children that I've read

    5/5 J. Cash - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Inside Your Outside: All About the Human Body (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) (Hardcover) This is one of the most delightful human anatomy books for children that I've read. It doesn't dumb down the details just to sound cute ("in our stomachs there's food we ate three days ago"). I learned we have exactly 206 bones in human body and for the first time discovered, by manually counting with my children, that at least 96 of them reside in our palms and feet alone. I also learned that the ear bones (hammer, anvil, and stirrup) together are the size of a grain of rice and we feel dizzy even after we stop twirling because the fluid in the cochlea keeps swirling and sending wrong signals to the brain. The book ends with a glorious illustration of a giant bladder emptying itself into the WC while a line of Dr. Suess characters (im)patiently wait their turn outside the restroom. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 14, 2016

    Best Preschooler Books!

    5/5 scmom - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Inside Your Outside: All About the Human Body (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) (Hardcover) best book! I have a 4 year old who is vey curious about how the body works...bones and blood and how we move! This book does a great job at teaching them ALL the basic systems: Brain, Nerves, Bones, Muscles, Digestive, Hearing, Vision, Smelling & Taste! Love it!..This book has also helped out a lot post halloween to describe bones and blood. We also have the butterfly and space books from cat in the hat and love them all! Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 27, 2015

    My Kindergarten class LOVED this book

    5/5 Sheralee Hill Iglehart (Stanford) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Inside Your Outside: All About the Human Body (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) (Hardcover) My Kindergarten class LOVED this book. And learned so many things about their bodies, including that the heart is the size of youro fist, the brain is in 2 parts, and is the size of two fists side by side, the left side is for reading and the right side for singing. Very educational. It held the attention of 22 five year olds last week. As I brought my personal copy of this book to the class to read. As Thankgiving is coming soon, we learned aboaut the path of digestion. When I held up this book to show the class, one child said "Oh, a DR SEUSS BOOK. GOOD!" We all loved this book, including me, the teacher. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 20, 2016
    List Price: $9.99


  • Dragonfly Books

    Me and My Amazing Body

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    List Price: $7.99


  • Candlewick

    Who Has What?: All About Girls' Bodies and Boys' Bodies (Let's Talk about You and Me)

    Book (Candlewick)

    Rating (81 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Candlewick

    Mostly good, but flawed for girls

    My three and a half year old daughter really enjoys this book. It's written in a style that's entertaining and easy to understand. I like that the authors have included many types of families in the illustrations, and have tried to combat gender stereotypes by discussing all of the similarities about what boys and girls like (both boys and girls like active play; both boys and girls play with dolls). However, there is one flaw in the book that bothers me as I read it to my little girl. In the descriptions of the external physical attributes of boys and girls, boys' external genitalia is named, while girls' is not. Boys are described as having "a penis, a scrotum, and two openings." Girls, on the other hand, are described as having merely "three openings." And while there are indeed a penis and scrotum visible in the picture accompanying the boy's description, in the girl's, the little girl resembles a Barbie doll with a smooth genital area and three dots representing her openings. The... 3/5 Gretchen H (San Rafael, CA United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Who Has What?: All About Girls' Bodies and Boys' Bodies (Let's Talk about You and Me) (Hardcover) My three and a half year old daughter really enjoys this book. It's written in a style that's entertaining and easy to understand. I like that the authors have included many types of families in the illustrations, and have tried to combat gender stereotypes by discussing all of the similarities about what boys and girls like (both boys and girls like active play; both boys and girls play with dolls). However, there is one flaw in the book that bothers me as I read it to my little girl. In the descriptions of the external physical attributes of boys and girls, boys' external genitalia is named, while girls' is not. Boys are described as having "a penis, a scrotum, and two openings." Girls, on the other hand, are described as having merely "three openings." And while there are indeed a penis and scrotum visible in the picture accompanying the boy's description, in the girl's, the little girl resembles a Barbie doll with a smooth genital area and three dots representing her openings. The... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 14, 2013

    Not intact-friendly

    3/5 lakini28 - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Who Has What?: All About Girls' Bodies and Boys' Bodies (Let's Talk about You and Me) (Hardcover) For those folks who may be wondering (as I was), this book is not particularly intact-friendly. The diagrams, while not particularly explicit, clearly show circumcised penises. I wish that there were, at the very least, some minimal discussion about the ways in which bodies are different, and that being intact is the way that everyone (including females!) are born. Circumcision as a trend is thankfully becoming less normative and an easy way to help support this would be to show male bodies in their natural, intact state. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 16, 2016

    Anatomy book without labels...

    3/5 Harmoni Simmons (TORRANCE, CA, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Who Has What?: All About Girls' Bodies and Boys' Bodies (Let's Talk about You and Me) (Hardcover) Pros: This book over all is a very good entry level anatomy book. It talks about the human body and the differences between boys and girls without talking about sex. It does talk about where baby's grow but not where they come out or how they get there. So if your kids aren't asking those questions yet and are only interested in the differences in the bodies this maybe a book for you.The thing I didn't like is they refer to the vulva as "opening to the vagina", the anus as "where the poop comes out," etc. I would rather teach my children proper terms. But it was easy enough to just write them in. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 13, 2016
    List Price: $15.99



  • Teacher Created Resources

    My Body (Science Books)

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    List Price: $7.99

    Creatively illustrated 38 page publication
    Emphasizes and explains body parts and their functions
    Informative lesson plan book for classrooms
    Especially designed for educational purposes


  • Zone Books

    Zone 5: Fragments for a History of the Human Body, Part 3

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    Rating (2 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    Zone Books

    Table of Contents

    Table of Contents for Part Three of the _Fragments_ (softbound version):Foreword, Michel FeherHead or heart? The political use of body metaphors in the middle ages, Jacques Le GoffThe art of pulling teeth in the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries: from public martyrdom to private nightmare and political struggle, David Kunzle"amor veneris, vel dulcedo appeletur," Thomas W. LaqueurSubtle bodies, Giulia SissaSemen and blood: some ancient theories concerning their genesis and relationship, Francoise Heritier-AugeUpanishad of the embryoNote on the Garbha-Upanishad, Lakshmi KapaniBodily images in Melanesia: cultural substances and natural metaphors, Bruce M. Knauft with photographs by Eileen M. CantrellOlder women, stout-hearted women, women of substance, Francoise Heritier-AugePersonal status and sexual practice in the Roman Empire, Aline Rousselle... 5/5 RWatkins (Waxahachie, TX USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Zone 5: Fragments for a History of the Human Body, Part 3 (Paperback) Table of Contents for Part Three of the _Fragments_ (softbound version):Foreword, Michel FeherHead or heart? The political use of body metaphors in the middle ages, Jacques Le GoffThe art of pulling teeth in the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries: from public martyrdom to private nightmare and political struggle, David Kunzle"amor veneris, vel dulcedo appeletur," Thomas W. LaqueurSubtle bodies, Giulia SissaSemen and blood: some ancient theories concerning their genesis and relationship, Francoise Heritier-AugeUpanishad of the embryoNote on the Garbha-Upanishad, Lakshmi KapaniBodily images in Melanesia: cultural substances and natural metaphors, Bruce M. Knauft with photographs by Eileen M. CantrellOlder women, stout-hearted women, women of substance, Francoise Heritier-AugePersonal status and sexual practice in the Roman Empire, Aline Rousselle... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 17, 2013

    Another Excellent ZONE...

    5/5 Sock Monkey! (NY State) - See all my reviews This review is from: Zone 5: Fragments for a History of the Human Body, Part 3 (Paperback) Another fine contribution to the Zone Books series on the often perplexing relation between humankind and their skewed perceptions of the human body. From genital studies ("Did Columbus Discover the Clitoris?"....cheeky, quite) to cannibalism, no series beats Zone: Fragments when it comes to academic studies. I highly recommend the entire series. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 17, 2008
    List Price: $39.95


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