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  • Item #: 002613
    ISBN: 9780486241388
    Retail: $4.99
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    Coloring books help you to concentrate on a subject. This Dover book contains scientifically accurate renderings of the body organs and major systems for you to color while you study. It has a surprising amount of detail for an inexpensive book. Divided into 11 different sections, it covers all major body systems. Diagrams of systems are divided into numbered sections like color-by-number pictures. A chart lists the name of each body part and what color to use. A good, low-cost starter on anatomy.

  • Item #: 005400
    ISBN: 9780486290652
    Retail: $8.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.50

    Who knows what parts lurk in the bodies of men? You will, and youll know how it all functions, too, with the help of this full-color book! 29 plates of major body systems, bones, muscles, organs, and much, much more. Captions explain the structure and function of each body part. This book painstakingly labels everything and even shows the development of babies. With accurate illustrations and a great deal of detail, this book is a must for your school!

  • Item #: 003449
    ISBN: 9781587794902
    Retail: $18.95
    Rainbow Price: $13.50

    I think "adventure" was a good choice of words to include in this whirlwind tour of the human body! This full-color, lively guide takes readers system by system through the human body, incorporating diagrams, detailed anatomy illustrations, facts, physical activities, and pencil-and-paper activities. Nine chapters cover the skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, circulatory system, respiratory system, digestive system, eyes, ears, taste and smell. Each section is several pages long, and moves from the general to the more specific in content, and wraps up with activities. In the skeletal system section, readers can examine a fully labeled skeleton, with common and anatomical names for the bones and bone groups, and read facts about our bones. The next page zeroes in on the spine, shows how the spinal bones are put together, and shows how bones support our body and protect it. The last page on bones discusses bone growth, and shows the different parts of a bone using a detailed bone diagram and a blown-up cross-section of bone. The activities for the bone section include a word puzzle using bone terminology, a match between common and scientific bone names, a word problem that asks students to try to figure out how tall they may get, and a list of places on your body you can touch to feel the different bones and joints that are hidden underneath. Although the pages are pretty busy, the book quality is excellent, and the detailed anatomy drawings are terrific. I also like that the activities and "side-bars" apply anatomy topics to kids, so they can "experience" for themselves, and think about anatomy in terms of their bodies, not just from a drawing in a book! - Jess

  • Item #: 025557
    ISBN: 9781465402134
    Retail: $40.00
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    Having a background in the medical field, I found myself perusing this book with an eye focused on details - How accurate is the information? How easily would it be understood by the average reader especially in the sections detailing common disorders? How straightforward is it to navigate as a learning resource? All I can say is WOW! This book does indeed exceed all expectations. The Human Body beautifully illustrates the internal human body through the use of 3D computer images, computed tomography (CT scan) images, microscopic image photography, PET scan images and color illustrations.

    It is organized into thirteen chapters which include the integrated body; skeletal system; muscular system; nervous system; endocrine system; cardiovascular system; respiratory system; skin, hair and nails; lymph and immunity; digestive system; urinary system; reproduction and birth; and growth and development. Each chapter is further structured into the anatomy, the physiology, and a discussion of common disorders for each body system. These are well organized and use the correct terminology explained accurately and clearly. The back of the book also contains a ten-page glossary of terms to further explain the terms or for quick reference. The authors have given a great depth of information in an easy to understand manner, and because of this I feel this book would be a valuable asset to anyone with an interest in learning more about our human body, how it functions and the disorders that affect mankind.

    If the contents of this book are not enough to whet your interest, it also contains an interactive DVD-ROM (computer) to enhance learning. What makes this DVD-ROM interactive? First, each of the body systems is illustrated, and a simple scroll over with your computer mouse will give the name of the structure or organ examined. Also included are video clips of the body in action; for example, the heart beating is shown complete with the pumping action and the electrical impulses as it prepares to deliver blood flow. The only negative I noticed with the DVD-ROM is that it is all graphics and no voice to explain what you are viewing. However the text does explain the material and the appropriate pages will direct you to the DVD-ROM for enhanced learning. The DVD-ROM is compatible with Windows XP (service pack 2)/Vista/7; Mac OS X v.10.4. H/c, oversized (10.5x12), 288 richly illustrated pages. Please note: Dorling Kindersly is not a Christian publisher, and there are (naturally) images of male and female body systems, a video clip on conception, and a discussion of sexually transmitted infections. Overall, this is done tastefully with a focus on the structure and function of the human body. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 008808
    ISBN: 9781423201724
    Retail: $24.95
    Rainbow Price: $19.50

    This comprehensive reference guide provides visually engaging, detailed illustrations for the beginner or advanced biology student or anyone who wants to learn about the intricacies of our amazing human body. Divided (with color coded chapters!) into fifteen different body systems including: Surface Anatomy, Skeletal system, joints/ligaments, origins/insertions, Muscular system, Nervous system, the Brain, the senses, Digestive system, Respiratory system, Circulatory system, the Heart, Lymphatic system, Uro-genital system and Reproductive system. Each chapter contains multiple illustrations, an abbreviation key and a lined page for note-taking. Exhaustive index makes it easy to quickly locate a specific anatomical feature. Worth mentioning, this book was designed for health care professionals and students, so it does contain anatomically correct reproductive illustrations. Glossy Pages. 221 pgs, sc. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 052446
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    These squishy, somewhat sticky organs feel incredibly lifelike! This kit teaches all about the wonderfully constructed human body, complete with all the inner workings. Kit includes a 12 transparent human body model and stand, 12 plastic bones and muscles, 9 squishy vital organs, a body parts organizer chart, tweezers and forceps for construction and autopsy, and a colorfully illustrated and interesting 33-page book about the body, including step by step directions for completing your model.

  • Item #: 051759
    ISBN: 9781607102175
    Retail: $19.95
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    Youve probably looked at or used an anatomy coloring book with your students, but this book takes the quality to a new level. This coloring book has a hardcover, 52 illustrations to color on thick durable pages, and a lot of information. The idea behind the book is that you will remember the material better if you make an association between the information and coloring a picture of the topic. The book is divided into chapters which include terminology, skin, skeletal, muscular, taste, head, brain, nervous, endocrine, lymphatic, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary, reproductive, and immune systems. The illustrations are anatomically correct and include scientific labeling. Two pages are devoted to each topic with one page of information which also includes 10 things to remember for every topic and 1 page of illustrations to color. While these dont have all of the detail you might find in some other anatomy coloring books, they are still detailed enough to be used as a supplement for any high school curriculum. This 128-page book also includes high-quality colored pencils (Faber Castell 8 color set), an eraser, and sharpener. A 52-question, fill-in-the-blank quiz is found at the conclusion of the book along with answer key and a full-color guide to the illustrations to be colored in the book. I know this book is intended for high school, but I think you could probably use it with junior high as well. The information is in an easy-to-read format and the book with materials is easy to transport with the built in pencil case. Use it as a ready reference, study tool, or reinforcement as you color a visual reminder. - Donna

  • Item #: 018028
    ISBN: 9780486494104
    Retail: $4.99
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    Ever seem like all the good anatomy coloring books are for older students? Not this one! Each page in this coloring book focuses on one anatomical topic, with a mix of facts and a black-and-white drawings to color. Tidbits of information are given in little square bubbles with arrows pointing at the drawing. The drawings are detailed, but large and perfect for coloring with fine-point markers or colored pencils. For example, on the page explaining joints, a see-through drawing of a boy bending and moving features several boxes that show how pivot, elbow, and ball-and-socket joints work. Other pages focus on types of cells, types of muscles, how blood flows through the heart, the circulatory system, the lymphatic system, types of blood cells, what happens when you breathe, the digestive system and process, the brain and senses, nerve cells, and much more! A perfect complement to any elementary study of the human body! 30 pgs, pb. Jess

  • Item #: 003975
    ISBN: 9780794533854
    Retail: $0.00
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    Let the learning begin! Designed for elementary children but also beneficial for older learners, this engaging sticker book introduces foundational concepts in a fun, interactive way. In the traditional Usborne style, the two-page layouts contain colorful and clear-cut illustrations; concise, interesting text; and fascinating tidbits of information. Contents include an overview of body systems and functions, skeletal system, muscles, circulatory system, digestive system, brain, senses, cells, reproductive system, health and sickness, compelling facts and a brief history of medicine.

    Over 130 single-use, brightly colored stickers reinforce the concepts as children place the appropriate sticker in the proper place. Younger children now have a great hands-on activity to work on while older siblings label and color in their anatomy coloring books. Glossary. SC. 32 pgs. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 024690
    ISBN: 9780794515577
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    Get personal with your body! This book allows you to discover yourself in a whole new way. Each page is full of vibrant colors, detailed pictures, and stunning photographs that allow you to see whats under your skin. Interesting text, facts, and captions reveal the inner workings and awesome detail of our bodies. 112 pages cover the head to the feet and everything in between, as well as fun facts and figures and experiments. Links to fascinating, related websites are given throughout to further exploration.

  • Item #: 000874
    ISBN: 9781557342119
    Retail: $7.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.50

    A perfect introduction to the human body for a primary child! In this book, the body is explained, literally, piece by piece, as children add body parts to their own body outline! The book is full of reproducible handouts and patterns that tell you what the part of the body does and what color to make the organ. First you should explain the functions of the body part to start out your study. Then you cut, paste, and follow directions to place the body part correctly on each childs traced body outline. I would recommend only covering one or two body parts in a day. Then there are instructions on how to turn the explanation sheets into a small booklet that they children can keep! With the help of this book, your children will be introduced to the brain, heart, kidneys, bladder, cells, spleen, pancreas, gall bladder, reproductive organs, skeleton, muscles, stomach, intestines, liver, lungs, skin, eyes, nose, ears, tongue, and face. A "personal" approach to studying the human body! 40 pgs, pb. - elise

  • Item #: 000258
    ISBN: 9781618655981
    Retail: $24.99
    Rainbow Price: $17.50

    Required for Apologias 2nd edition Human Body: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made, this anatomy coloring book provides an innovative way to reinforce human anatomy for any study of the human body. Although designed for grades 9 and up, middle school students may also have no problem understanding and labeling the illustrations. Each page offers a clear and precise illustration with concise textual information as well as space for labeling the illustration. Topics included are anatomical position and terms, planes of the body, cells/tissues, skeletal system, joints, nervous system, sense organs, endocrine system, cardiovascular system, lymphatic system, respiratory system, digestive system, urinary system, male and female reproductive systems and fetal development. A neat feature about this coloring book compared to others we offer is the inclusion of 96 tear-out muscle flashcards which are a great tool for memorization. On the flip side, a drawback is that the publisher elected to place the answers to the diagrams at the bottom of the same page - although my children may be the only ones who would be tempted to take the easy way out when labeling the diagrams! If your children are like mine, I would consider covering up the answers to encourage them to research the correct answers. 335 one-sided pages. Index. SC. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 000130
    ISBN: 9780545048736
    Retail: $18.99
    Rainbow Price: $13.50

    Break out the scissors, tape, paste and paper and make a stomach book, 3-D skeleton, a growing-tooth movie, a cardboard spinal column, manipulative eye, and more! The book begins with a study of the sense organs: tongue, eye, ear, nose, and skin. Building models of each helps children understand how they work. The rest of the book is on body systems: skeletal, digestive, respiratory, circulatory, excretory, and muscular. Building models of the systems and some of their components after discussing them and performing some illustrative activities provides for active learning. Model patterns used are reproducible, so everyone can join in.

  • Item #: 052197
    ISBN: 9781591748618
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $14.75

    This handy book provides children a handful of fun, hands-on learning experiences. Puns aside, this book is impressive! Filled with brightly colored illustrations, interesting text, and a wide range of Try This activities, children will be enthralled with the anatomy and physiology of this vital part of their body. Also included are 22 plastic pieces which snap together to form a scientifically accurate hand. A must-have resource for children to explore the handiest part of their body, this product is a real winner hands down! Some evolutionary content. 60 pgs, spiral bound. ~ Deanne

    CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 033939
    ISBN: 9780439222693
    Retail: $11.99
    Rainbow Price: $8.95

    Young children will be fascinated by the human body when they learn about how it works and "see" underneath their skin with these fun wearables. Lessons revolve around the major parts of the body including the brain, eyes, ears, skin and hair, backbone, hand and arm bones, muscles, circulatory system, mouth, and digestive system. The lessons start off with basic information on the respective part of the body that the teacher can share with the students as they build the wearable and discuss the body part. A list of necessary materials and directions for creating the wearable follows. Each wearable is easily created using the included reproducible pattern and additional common items such as string, scissors, glue, markers and tape. Each wearable shows the inside of a part of the human body and is worn on that area on the outside. Wearables include "hear" muffs, brain hats, hand bones mitt and ring set, muscle sleeve, a chest vest, and other unique projects. The wearable then becomes the basis for the lesson, as teachers are given questions and activities to use with children and their wearables that teach simple body concepts to young students. These lessons lay the foundation for the more complex teaching that students will encounter in later grades, but also give them an early idea and appreciation of how their body works. Additional features in each lesson include amazing facts about the human body, suggested books, vocabulary words, and extension activities including science and math exercises, games, songs, and other ideas. - Steph

  • Item #: 010426
    Retail: $13.95
    Rainbow Price: $9.86

    Kids will enjoy this crazy project book. Containing three different wearable bodies - a skeleton, the muscles, and the digestive system/heart and lungs/brain - there are hours of fun cutting out, coloring in, and wearing of these systems (which are also quite educational). These models require some gluing or taping. That gets us about half way through the book, and there are still plenty of fun, educational projects to tackle. A body flip book is next, showing skeleton, muscles, nervous system, heart and lungs, and digestive system. Then come facts and models of the five senses. Eyes, ears, different noses, a hand, and a tongue model are ready to use, and these are accompanied by a mini book of the five senses (one the student gets to make, of course). Following that (yes, still more) is a basic Braille alphabet; a basic sign language alphabet; some words in sign; an eye, nose, and mouth flip face book (where these features can be mixed up); a shape and skeleton match-up; and a body poster - half showing the skeleton and half showing the muscles. Whew! There are a lot of different projects in this book - all great supplementary activities for any study of the human body. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 045002
    ISBN: 9780982537749
    Retail: $19.95
    Rainbow Price: $19.50
    While I already knew that Ellen McHenry has a talent for making complicated topics fun and understandable for middle schoolers, I was impressed all over again when I saw this study on the brain. I mean, it seems manageable to teach chemistry to kids, but neurology? Things can get complicated when you start following nerve pathways across and through the brain! However, I was relieved to see that you dont need to be a brain surgeon to teach this course. The book has two parts a student booklet and a teachers section, both of which include reproducibles that you can copy for your own family or one classroom. The student booklet is at the core of the course, and includes all of the text and text-based activities. There are ten topical chapters in the booklet, plus half-chapters that end in .5 and cover extras that you could choose to cover or skip, depending on your interest and time available. The chapters cover the history of brain research, basic brain anatomy, the right and left sides of the brain, the parts of the brain and their functions, brain cells, neurons, learning and memory, the brains connection to the body, sleep and brain doctors. Each chapter includes several pages of friendly, straight-forward text on the topic, augmented by black-and-white graphics and the little fingerprint guys you might recognize from the authors chemistry programs. Several review activities are provided at the end of each chapter. These are quite wide-ranging in format, so much so that Im just going to have to give you specific examples! For instance, in the first chapter on brain research, the first activity asks students to research different brain scans on the internet and answer question about each, then read to find out more about Phineas Gage (the strangest story in brain research!), and finally, students complete a color-by-number PET Scan. In the chapter about brain parts and functions youll find a crossword puzzle to complete, a diagram to color the parts of the brain, and The Brain Song to listen to, which is available as a download on the author's website. Other fun activities include making a 9-square puzzle of connected neurons and using the right and left sides of your brain to complete specific challenges. An answer key is provided at the end of the student portion, and contains all of the answers to activities with specific answers. The teachers section is primarily made up of more involved, hands-on activities. These are organized by corresponding chapter and include fun ideas like making a brain hemisphere hat using the reproducible patterns that show the different areas of the brain, doing an MRI on an orange, making a human neuronal network, building an edible neuron, and much, much more. I was very impressed with the hands-on activities overall; they are very creative! This would be a very fun curriculum to use with a co-op, or with several of your children at one time. I would recommend finding some good text resources on the brain, as the visuals are a bit limited here, and there may be topics youll want to read more about, but I think the content and the activities here will definitely capture childrens interest! Packaged in a 3-hole, looseleaf format (no longer includes CD; all digital files are available on the author's website). Jess

  • Item #: 057348
    ISBN: 9780794428655
    Retail: $14.99
    Rainbow Price: $10.95

    Why do your fingers prune up in the bathtub? What are freckles? Why do babies have more bones than an adult? How much do muscles weigh? What is a scab for? Fun and fascinating information about the human body for your elementary students! Colorful photos and illustrations, text blurbs, and great vocabulary words all make for a fun and interesting resource. Learn about the bodys systems and see organs and parts clearly labeled. There is an illustration of the male & female reproductive parts with the male parts in profile. While the book is hardcover and about 10x10, inside the pages are 5x10. The rest of the inside holds 6 acetate (each with a cardstock border) body-system cards. Each card has several numbered parts so students can quiz themselves and try to identify everything. This is great for your visual and hands-on learners. The cards do not overlay the pages as some books do showing the body systems. You can hold them up and look at them or just lay them on a table. You can also lay the cards over other cards and see where the bones, muscles and organs are in relation to each other. The human body is truly a beautiful design to behold! Hc, 46pp. ~Sara

  • Item #: 004116
    ISBN: 9780618233786
    Retail: $35.00
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    If you enjoy David Macaulays detailed, illustrated tours of architecture in Castle, Cathedral, or Pyramid or how he visually explains the intricacies of machines in The Way Things Work, you wont want to miss this book in which he explores the just-as-impressive world inside the human body. Even if you think you have no interest in the subject, you cant help but be drawn in by the detailed and imaginative illustrations, some of which resemble detailed anatomical drawings, and others with whimsical takes on the various systems such as comparing the blood vessels to a theme park ride where oxygen molecules jump on and off of red blood cells. The 7 chapters explore cells and tissues, breathing and the circulatory system, the digestive system, the nervous system, the immune system and the reproductive system (quite tastefully done, I might add). Each page is dominated by Macaulays lively colored pencil illustrations displaying body structures from a variety of imaginative viewpoints. After you pore over the picture, a paragraph or two on explains the inner workings of the subject. I love the illustrations of enlarged body structures with a small walkway or railing in the foreground where people are standing and staring. These define the book as a whole rather well; its not an anatomy atlas or encyclopedia. Its a very visual tour through the systems of the human body that shows readers how it works and what those amazing systems at work inside of us would look like if we could really shrink ourselves and take a field trip. 336 pgs, hc. - Jess

  • Item #: 036879
    ISBN: 9781607100065
    Retail: $14.95
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    See inside the body with x-rays, MRIs, microscopes, diagrams, photographs, and drawings as well as a number of 3D pop ups. Explanations are simple to understand but detailed enough to be interesting to older children too. Topics include the senses, brain, bones and muscles, breathing and circulation, digestion and growth. Children can learn how small bumps on our tongue enable us to taste, how electrical signals travel throughout the body and send messages to the brain, how the heart pumps blood throughout the body, and many other functions in vivid colorful detail. Pop-up, hc. ~ Alissa

  • Item #: 008749
    Retail: $34.95
    Rainbow Price: $31.40

    Learn about a myriad of optical science and art topics with fun, hands-on experiments! Students can build a color wheel, a camera obscura, and pinhole glasses. They can experiment with spatial vision and depth perception with 3D glasses, view optical illusions, and test their blind spot. This kit contains over 35 experiments, guided by a 48-page, full-color book. Contents are as follows: transparent paper, lens, rubber ring, wooden beads, cord, mirror, several colors of film, blue chalk, a spinning top, optical fiber, modeling clay, a cup, mounting stand, a push pin, a 3D poster, a flip book paper sheet, and die-cut sheets. Topics covered include light and color, reflection and refraction, the human eye, color mixing, perspective, examples in art, and much more. ~ Lisa

    CHOKING HAZARD (1,4). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 032031
    ISBN: 9781580892094
    Retail: $7.95
    Rainbow Price: $4.82
    The circulatory system can be a confusing topic, but this book tries to show it as the fun adventure it is and give students a solid understanding of how the heart and blood vessels work. Its definitely not a little kid explanation, as the correct medical terminology and a fairly in-depth description are provided, but the story-like format and colorful pictures make the topic more captivating and accessible to younger students. With a full-color, almost comic-book appearance, the illustrations follow a little creature as it enters the blood stream of a girl. Speech bubbles from the traveling creature keep the comic-book feel of the book, while short paragraphs explain the science behind what youre seeing. Red blood cells, chambers of the heart, lungs, valves, capillaries, arteries, veins, the aorta, cellular respiration, antibodies, clotting, the vena cava, nodes, and more are covered as the creature travels through the circulatory system. Even as a biology minor, I got a fun little review from this book! By Mark K. Corcoran, 42 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel
  • Item #: 052445
    Retail: $0.00
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    What better way to learn all about your brain than with a visual model? This great kit includes all the pieces to construct your own model skull complete with all the brain pieces crammed inside! Pieces include 8 squishy brain parts, 2 squishy eyeballs, transparent skull model and base (made up of 8 pieces), 4 vertebrae pieces with the spinal cord, forceps, scalpel, and tweezers for your constructions and dissections, and a 31-pg colorfully illustrated book to teach you all about your amazing brain (including step by step directions for completing your model).

  • Item #: 026217
    ISBN: 9780794508531
    Retail: $0.00
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    Even though there are lots of mysteries left about how the brain works, scientists have discovered a lot about this amazing part of the body. In a friendly and entertaining way, this book gives a very good overview of the brain, including the anatomy of the brain, components of the brain, how the brain develops over time, intelligence, eyesight, memory, mental illness, drugs that effect the brain, animal brains compared to humans, computers compared to humans, how the brain functions, the history of how we came to know about the brain, and more. It really is a good overview, with a solid amount of information given on each page. This is accomplished by using full-color, cartoony illustrations, speech and thought bubbles, information boxes, fact-filled captions, and short paragraphs that get right to the point. The illustrations and speech bubbles add a lot of humor to the book, so students will enjoy perusing it just for fun. Its also good because it gives you some great examples of how the brain works by providing real-life examples students can relate to that deal with the brain, and even a few puzzles to solve that will require the use of brain power. Like many Usborne books, this one includes quicklinks, which are recommended website links that explain more about a specific topic, give examples, or provide a fun activity dealing with the topic. Even without the links, this book is full of fascinating and fun-to-read information about the brain. By Rebecca Treays, 32 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 038301
    ISBN: 9781469889900
    Retail: $29.95
    Rainbow Price: $18.86

    WOW! What an awesome reference! This spiral bound book contains 50 anatomical charts that are accurate and illustrated in bright, life-like color. Charts are separated into 4 sections: Systems of the Body, Structures of the Body, Diseases and Disorders, and Healthy Lifestyle Issues. Systems of the Body includes the systems digestive, endocrine, female reproductive, lymphatic, male reproductive, muscular, nervous, respiratory, skeletal, spinal, urinary and vascular. Structures of the Body includes the brain, ear, nose, throat, eye, foot and ankle, hand and wrist, heart, hip and knee, internal organs, ligaments, pregnancy and birth, prostate, shoulder and elbow, skin, skull, teeth, and vertebral column. Diseases and Disorders gives information to help with basic understanding for arthritis, breast cancer, cancer, common cold, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, depression, diseases of the digestive system, gastroesophageal disorders, spine disorders, hypertension, influenza, menopause, stroke, and thyroid disorders. Healthy Lifestyle Issues addresses dangers of alcohol, healthy eating, obesity, smoking and maintaining a healthy weight. Each chart includes detailed illustrations with enlarged insets of smaller parts. Every item is labeled, and short explanations are given in areas where necessary. Lateral, anterior, and posterior views are shown wherever possible. Charts are printed on cardstock with a glossy finish and measure 10 x 12. A great teaching tool or reference at the high school level, college or beyond. Durable laminated pb, 55 pgs. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 020007
    ISBN: 9780486279985
    Retail: $4.99
    Rainbow Price: $4.25

    In terms of numbers, distribution and long-term survival, insects are probably the most successful of all animals. Entomologists estimate there are over two million living species, many unidentified. This volume captures the astonishing diversity of size, shape and coloration in the insect world in precise, carefully researched depictions of 44 species: elephant stag beetle, common earwig, giant desert scorpion, walkingstick, tiger beetle, giant desert tarantula, fiery searcher, locust, borer, black widow spider, bombadier beetle, human flea, silverfish, pleasing fungus beetle and 30 more. Enjoy hours of coloring while learning about insect anatomy, camouflage, habitat and life.

  • Item #: 011111
    ISBN: 9780321832016
    Retail: $25.55
    Rainbow Price: $21.50

    Recommended for use with Apologia's Human Body: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made 1st Edition, although with the most recent revision of the coloring book, the page numbers no longer match up. This is very thorough, with over 160 coloring pages. With the revision to the 4th edition, the once-cluttery pages have been expanded to two-page spreads with most of the text on one page and the illustration(s) to color on the facing page. Other changes include reorganization of some topics and some updates to the text and terminology. Compared to the Kaplan and Princeton Review books, the drawings and information are a bit more detailed. This coloring book also seems more advanced than the other two, appropriate for high school or college students while the Kaplan book seems more appropriate for junior high or high school. Also includes an index and detailed glossary. - Melissa

  • Item #: 005102
    ISBN: 9780375762895
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $13.95

    More meat on the bones of this book than to Grays Anatomy Coloring Book. 291 pages (versus 127 in Grays) contain detailed anatomical drawings on the right-hand page, with explanatory text on the opposing page. Text is more detailed and more seriously presented than in Grays. Organization is by major body system; this organization and the index in the back make finding particular body parts easy. Grays is not as well organized. Level of detail in the drawings is similar in both books. If your student is serious about learning the human body, this is the one to choose.

  • Item #: 026760
    ISBN: 9780756609979
    Retail: $16.99
    Rainbow Price: $12.50

    Filled with brightly colored photographs and bite sized facts, this book presents our human body and how it functions in a fun, appealing manner. Contents include: Human Body, Skeleton and Bones, Moving Muscles, Brain and Senses, Heart and Blood, Lungs and Breathing, Skin, Nails and Hair, Fighting Diseases, Digestive System, Urinary System, Reproduction System (including a brief explanation of male/female sex hormones that turn young boys/girls into men/women), Life Cycle, Staying Healthy, Communication and a helpful Reference section. Each topic is presented in a 2-page spread and includes a test yourself question at the bottom (with answer located on opposite page). hc, 128 pgs. ~ Deanne

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