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Learn Science with Mo: Human Body

Paul Mason, Michael Buxton

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For National Curriculum Key Stage 1, Interest age: from c 6 years, Science & technology: general interest (Children's

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Learn all about the human body with Mo the Monster and his friends in this fun first science book for children aged 5+.

Mo knows very little about the human body works, so today he is off to a sports contest to try a few sports himself, and learn about how different body parts work. But can Mo stay out of trouble while he's having so much fun? Don't count on it!

If a monster can understand science, anyone can! Join Mo the Monster as he discovers the basic principles of science. Along the way, Mo is kept focused (monsters are notoriously easily distracted) with the help of simple, clearly presented information, plenty of questions to answer and lots of science puzzles and activities.

The funny, colourful illustrations offer lots of scope for humour and interest to keep children engaged while they learn. Aimed at readers aged 5+.

Titles in the series: Energy/Forces and Magnets/Habitats/The Human Body/Life Cycles/Light and Shadows/Machines/Materials/States of Matter/Plants/The Seasons/Time

Contents Monsters and humans / Weight-bearing bones / Shot put muscle power / Hearing for a fast start / Top-shot sight / Judo-throw messaging / Marathon-swimming breathing / Sweaty runners / Snack time / Fuelling road racers / Blood transport / Mo picks a sport / Mo's training plan / Glossary / Books to read and Places to visit / Index and Answers

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Paul Mason

Paul's books cover a wide range of subjects, from whether the Romans ate crisps to how to build the world's best skatepark, but he writes mostly about sport. Whether you are interested in swimming, cycling, snowboarding, surfing or another sport, Paul has probably written something that will inspire you to get out and give it a try. Paul writes in a shack by the beach, which he shares with his one-eyed surf dog, Daisy.

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