Bones

Stephen Krensky

Book - 1999

Describes how bones perform different functions as part of the human body.

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Children's Room jREADER/Krensky, Stephen Due Jun 12, 2022
Series
Step into reading.
Subjects
Published
New York : Random House 1999.
Language
English
Physical Description
32 p. : col. ill
ISBN
067989036X
Main Author
Stephen Krensky (-)
Other Authors
Davy Jones (illustrator)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Describes how bones perform different functions as part of the human body

Review by Publisher Summary 2

This easy reader for youngsters looks at human bones--from the smallest to the largest--and how they work together with muscles to allow us to do all the things we can do. Simultaneous.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

How many bones are there in the human body? Which bone is the longest? Or the smallest? Without bones, you would be a blob, like a jellyfish or a worm. Our bones support us and protect our insides. They work together with our muscles to allow us to do all the things we do! So when you think of your bones, say "Thank you!"This simple Step 2 introduction teaches young readers these facts and many more about the skeleton inside each of us!