Squirt!: The Most Interesting Book You'll Ever Read about Blood (2019)

Squirt The Most Interesting Book You ll Ever Read about Blood In the eighth title in the Mysterious You series go with the flow and learn all about blood and the circulatory system Topics include what blood s made from how it moves around our body the role of
  • Title: Squirt!: The Most Interesting Book You'll Ever Read about Blood
  • Author: Trudee Romanek
  • ISBN: 9781553377771
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback
  • Squirt!: The Most Interesting Book You'll Ever Read about Blood
    In the eighth title in the Mysterious You series, go with the flow and learn all about blood and the circulatory system Topics include what blood s made from, how it moves around our body, the role of the heart, and how our organs clean our blood Discover that over your lifetime your heart will beat roughly 2.5 billion times, that by the time you re an adult your blood vIn the eighth title in the Mysterious You series, go with the flow and learn all about blood and the circulatory system Topics include what blood s made from, how it moves around our body, the role of the heart, and how our organs clean our blood Discover that over your lifetime your heart will beat roughly 2.5 billion times, that by the time you re an adult your blood vessels will be long enough to reach around the earth twice and that only about 60 people in the whole world have the rare K zero blood type.
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    One Reply to “Squirt!: The Most Interesting Book You'll Ever Read about Blood”

    1. A really great review of all the different jobs that blood does, where it comes from, and what other organs it works with to make the body function The information is presented in palatable chunks with accompanying pictures The information is in depth than most elementary students need, but might interest some who just like the topic There are some try this type experiments that are easy to do and might be fun for children to do The illustrations are colorful and detailed.

    2. The title certainly lives up to it s name Covering the history of our knowledge about the the red stuff that flows through our veins, this fascinating book touches on diseases, blood types, legends, and Ever wondered how Jam packed with facts delivered in an engaging tone, the trivia and stats will amaze and delight as kids learn not just about the circulation system, but how blood fits into all the body systems and functions Examples come not just from humans, but from many parts of the animal [...]

    3. This book provides factual information about blood in the human body.The use of diagrams, charts, and labeling allow the reader to get a full comprehension of what the text is informing them about The illustrator also uses columns with different colored backgrounds to be able to incorporate different bits of information without have to put the information on different pages The most interesting portion of this book that I found was a chart about blood types It shows the reader what possible bloo [...]

    4. This book of blood no relation to the Clive Barker books of bloody lore has it all everything you need to know about blood and the history of bloodcaring thru the ages but were too blissfully ignorant and na ve to ask It also has vampires, Aztecs and hockey playing kids with half a heart What we in the business of book reviewing call TMI too much info on some things and NEI not enough info on others, so I can t QUITE recommend this one There s better ways of showing the value of blood and the he [...]

    5. K is on a non fiction kick with help from the children s librarian, she picked out lots of books about the body She really enjoyed this one It s a bit difficult for a 1st grader, but the pictures and reading it in small doses worked for us We ll be getting others in this series, I m sure.

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