Children are naturally curious and that includes wondering about their bodies. Rather than shrouding them in mystery, a good anatomy book can help them to understand the parts of the body, as well as its inner workings — possibly encouraging a love of science that could spark a career in medicine or research. Check out these great anatomy books for kids.
This kids’ anatomy book keeps kids engaged through activities like mazes and connect-the-dots. It’s perfect for children from ages 4 to 8 years old and is available in paperback.
This kids’ anatomy book is available in both hardcover and as a board book, meaning parents of very young tots can start early to make sure little ones know about their bodies.
The body is a complex concept and this kids’ anatomy book helps to break it down into simplified ideas that are easy for younger children to grasp.
This kids’ anatomy book is ideal for parents who want to tackle similarities and differences between the sexes but might struggle to explain them. Simple language and illustrations provide clarity.
Since this kids’ anatomy book was written by a pediatrician, you can be confident that the information is accurate. There are more than 1,000 diagrams detailing bodily functions.
Kids who love science and learning about the body will enjoy these books, which provide simple introductions to different aspects of anatomy at age-appropriate levels. They address topics kids are often curious about with regards to germs, how our digestion works, and so much more.
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