Younger readers can see how the human body really works with the fully interactive Human Body A Children's Encyclopedia. What is the biggest organ? The smallest bone? The strongest muscle? Have your questions answered, then see how these body parts work. Find out how many kilometres your blood cells travel - then join them on a trip through the heart.
Perfect for the iPad, Human Body A Children's Encyclopedia is jam-packed with interactive features, including:
- 20 videos that bring organs and tissue to life
- See how muscles and bones fit together with 15 3-D images that can be turned at the flick of a finger
- 30 interactive galleries show close-up pictures of magnified cells
- 60 zoom galleries take you even further into the body - touch an image to take a closer look
- Find Out More galleries will make your school projects stand out with amazing facts
From the top of your head to the tip of your toes, Human Body A Children's Encyclopedia will excite and educate a child's inquisitive mind. Meet the engine room of the body, the beating heart; the brilliant brain; the amazing lungs and the super skeleton. With 10 sections that explore the main systems of the body, let your child learn what makes the body tick with Human Body A Children's Encyclopedia.