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Author Fletcher, Patricia (Children's author), author.
Title Why do people have chins? : and other curious human adaptations / by Patricia Fletcher.
Pub Info New York : Gareth Stevens Publishing, 2018.
©2018
Rating
book jacket
Descript 32 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm.
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still image sti rdacontent
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Series Odd adaptations
Fletcher, Patricia (Children's author). Odd adaptations.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (page 31) and index.
Summary The appendix seems useless. Most people s baby toes are so small, they seem unimportant. There are so many odd parts of the human body, each page of this volume is able to reveal fascinating adaptations of the body readers didn t even know they wanted to know! Including up-to-date scientific findings explained in understandable and age-appropriate language, the main content satisfies readers curiosity as well as parts of the science curriculum. Full-color photographs, diagrams, and supplementary sidebars help readers understand human body systems, evolution, and even why people have chins!
Subject Human evolution -- Juvenile literature.
Human body -- Juvenile literature.
ISBN 9781538203972 (paperback book)
1538203979 (paperback book)
9781538203996 (library bound book)
1538203995 (library bound book)