Children and adults of all ages will find this book informative. Highly illustrated, in a pictorial, 'infographics' style, with snippets of information about all aspects of the body.
365 Days of Dental School: A Memory a Day: One Line A Day Memory Book. Pages inside are numbered for each day. 5x8.
This incredible box contains 30 collectible, deluxe postcards, perfect for framing. Works include the iconic and fantastic works from a collection of international artists.
Meet the characters and processes that that keep the human body chugging along. From the basic building blocks like Cell, DNA1, and Protein, to Bones, Muscles, and all of the fun-loving Organs, readers will cozy up with the guys on the inside.
Certain to appeal to elementary-school children, these thirty-four humorous, anatomically accurate poems explore the workings of our bodies with great verve and enthusiasm.
Humorous text paired with comic illustrations, brings anatomy and science of the body to life for young readers in this exploration of the circulatory system.
This Masterpiece translated from the Japanese text, is part biology textbook, part sociological treatise, and all celebration of a very natural process.
The text is simple and straightforward but not without humor.
Vicente's work reflects the beauty and fragility of the human body. This body of work dissects vanity, mortality, and the concept of the body as a lie. Perfect for your collection or coffee table.
A great organizer for those who want the readability of having the diary's schedule all listed on one page. Calendar is undated. Includes monthly goals, schedule, time log, 6x9, 181 pages.
This book contains 40 hilarious, relatable designs. Page are single sided for easy removal and framing. Great for all coloring mediums. Professional quality designs from start to finish.
Patient Assessment Notebook: Medical student pocket book for recording patient history and physicals; 200 templates; 5x8.
Humorous text and colorful illustrations follow an apple's journey at each stage of digestion through the human body. Readers will also learn why we burp, vomit, and pass gas.