Build the Human Body (Build It)

By Richard Walker

Synopsis: The ancient Greeks had it right: “Know thyself.” The editors at Silver Dolphin agree and believe that one of the keys to knowing thyself is knowing how the body works. Build the Human Body will teach you about the body’s building blocks, help you build its framework, and show you how to map the body organs. Have fun while learning, and see the human body like you never have before through colorful illustrations, fascinating facts, and finally building your very own skeleton from the ground up. Everything you need to build your very own human skeleton is right here, ready to assemble at home or to take on the go.

  • This unique set includes a 32-page book full of colorful illustrations and intriguing facts about the human body, plus 66 slotted pieces to build a three-dimensional skeleton.
  • Explore the inner workings of the human body and learn what you’re really made of.

Build the Human Body offers a unique building and learning experience as you piece together the human skeleton, bone by bone.

Published: February 2013 | ISBN-13: 978-1607104131 | Ages: 6 years and up

Mini-bio: Richard Walker is an award-winning science writer and is the author of a wide range of books on the human body, biology and natural history. He has a BSc and PhD in zoology, and he spent several years teaching biology in London schools before becoming a full-time writer. – From PanMacmillan

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