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Lift-the-flap questions and answers about your body

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About this book

Lift-the-flap questions and answers
Lift-the-flap questions and answers about your body

  • This Lift-the-Flap book contains the answers to the many questions that curious children have about their bodies, including ‘How do I smell?’ ‘What makes me burp?’ ‘Why do I need to wash my hands?’ ‘Why is blood red?’ and many more.
  • This engaging book is filled with entertaining and informative illustrations to help to answer all kinds of body questions that young children ask, in a friendly and simple way.
  • Includes over 60 flaps to lift; sure to satisfy even the most inquisitive children!
“Sure to satisfy inquisitive minds.”
The Royal Society Young People's Book Prize 2014

Press Reviews

This bite-sized Q&A book with informative illustrations is sure to satisfy inquisitive minds, answering the kinds of questions young children have about their bodies in a fun lift-the-flap style.
The Royal Society Young People's Book Prize 2014
...children (who have a zillion and one questions) can look through the book, and really dig into their anatomy revealing all the wonderful (and sometimes quite gross) nuggets of knowledge about their physiology.
ReadItDaddy blog

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