Body science

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Dorling Kindersley,
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The exciting follow-up to reader favorite Car Science, Body Science brings this series' accessible language, insightful graphics, and fun visual metaphors to biology. Body Science uses the human body-an all-time favorite topic for kids-to explore anatomy and so much more. Readers will discover what makes humans tick, from the underlying chemistry and physics of the body to genetics, forensics, and more.Richard Hammond is a TV and radio personality known around the globe for his expertise and enthusiasm for all things that go. As host of the BBC'sTop Gear, and the author of a weekly column, he has gained a worldwide following. Hammond also hosts the TV showBraniac: Science Abuse, which tests commonly held scientific theories. His wit and wisdom on science and mechanics have earned him an enormous and enthusiastic fan base around the world, and here in the U.S.
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IG: Illustrated Guide 990L
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