Including numerous views, cross-sections, and other diagrams, this entertaining instruction guide includes careful, scientifically accurate line renderings of the body's organs and major systems: skeletal, muscular, nervous, reproductive, and more. Each remarkably clear and detailed illustration is accompanied by concise, informative text and suggestions for coloring. 43 plates.
Twenty-five exceptionally clear and detailed anatomical plates — with labels and extensive captions — depict the skeleton, spine, bones, joints, skull, muscles, skin and limbs; heart, stomach, other organs; much more.
Peter disobeys his mother by going into Mr. McGregor's garden and almost gets caught.
Instructions on how to do demonstrations with electricity, magnetism, air pressure, and other scientific principles
Stunning 3D images illustrate this resource that covers the functioning of the head and neck, as well as diseases and issues that affect health. This look at one small part of the larger body system also offers some little-known facts, such as why you need to rest after studying and how many different types of smells the human nose can distinguish. Those interested in anatomy, physiology, and even weird body facts will find this an invaluable resource.
Fascinating profiles of 29 of the world's most remarkable species of animal and plant life. Simple enough for young readers, this book abounds with intriguing information that will also captivate adults. Included are astonishing facts and illustrations of the world's fastest runner, the best jumper, and other natural wonders. 50 illustrations.
How does the brain control the rest of the body? How does it enable the senses, regulate speech, affect balance, and influence sleep and dreams? These 30 full-page illustrations to color help explain every aspect of the brain's big job, from communicating with the central nervous system to retaining memories.
Pictures of familiar everyday situations and scenes keyed with German nouns used to learn the German language.
Here's the most entertaining way for children to get a good look at the human body and learn how bodies work: 28 fun and instructive, ready-to-color illustrations. Coordinating text explores the muscular, skeletal, nervous, digestive, respiratory, and immune systems, and answers such questions as What is a hiccup? and Where is my DNA?
Easy-to-follow instructions, clear illustrations for 50 safe, science-related tricks: making squares and lines disappear, creating a magical doorway out of paper, cutting glass with scissors, and much more.
Die Geschichte von "Alice im Wunderland" in zahlreichen Bildern zum Ausmalen.
Millions of creatures live in the backyard: beetles and bugs; butterflies and birds; turtles and toads; ants, earthworms, and tiny animals hidden in the grass or deep in the soil. These creatures lead busy lives, climbing trees, crawling over rocks, searching for food, and building nests. With this book's 46 pages of illustrations — each accompanied by fact-filled captions — kids can combine the fun of coloring with the fascination of discovering how all kinds of living creatures are linked together. Realistic pictures to color depict the backyard through all four seasons and during the day and night. The captions identify different types of trees, flowers, and bushes; butterflies, moths, and birds; reptiles and amphibians; and many other plants and animals. Suitable for ages 8-11, this informative coloring book recaptures the excitement of the natural world that's right outside the back door.
Winner of the Bronze 2016 Moonbeam Award for Education, Science, and History! The ideal introduction to meteorology for kids, this volume presents 46 full-page illustrations with related text. Children will learn about blizzards, tornadoes, rainbows, mudslides, and other natural phenomena.
Solve jumbles, spot-the-differences, mazes, and other puzzles, and discover the remarkable complexity of the human body. Each activity is accompanied by a caption that's filled with fascinating facts.
Mathematik versteht man oder eben nicht. Der eine ist dafür natürlich begabt, dem anderen bleibt dieses Fach für immer ein Rätsel. Stimmt nicht, sagt nun Barbara Oakley und zeigt mit ihrem Buch, dass wirklich jeder ein Gespür für Zahlen hat. Mathematik braucht nämlich nicht nur analytisches Denken, sondern auch den kreativen Geist. Denn noch mehr als um Formeln geht es um die Freiheit, einen der vielen möglichen Lösungsansätze zu finden. Der Weg ist das Ziel. Und wie man zum richtigen Ergebnis kommt, ist eine Kunst, die man entwickeln, entdecken und in sich wecken kann. Die Autorin vermittelt eine Vielfalt an Techniken und Werkzeugen, die das Verständnis von Mathematik und Naturwissenschaft grundlegend verbessern. (K)ein Gespür für Zahlen nimmt Ihnen — vor allem wenn Sie sich in Schule, Uni oder Beruf mathematisch oder naturwissenschaftlich beweisen müssen — nicht nur die Grundangst, sondern stärkt Ihren Mut, Ihren mathematischen Fähigkeiten zu vertrauen. So macht Mathe Spaß!
Los geht die aufregende Reise für alle kleinen Entdecker in diesem interaktiven Sachbilderbuch mit über 30 Klappen zum Entdecken und Staunen. Kurze Texte mit kindgerechten Informationen ergänzen die lustigen Bilder. So macht erstes Lernen Spaß!
Colorists can re-create magnificent works by the famous American painter and naturalist with these 31 painstakingly rendered reproductions. Captions identify illustrations of titmouse, great horned owl, condor, and other birds.

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