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Why Do I Burp?: Digestion and Diet
This title covers these subjects: Digestion., Digestive system., Indigestion.
Why Do I Burp?: Digestion and Diet
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Why Do I Burp?: Digestion and Diet

This book gives readers information about our digestive system.

Reading LevelGrades 3-5
Interest LevelGrades 3-5
Lexile Level920L
ATOS Level5.6
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #141926
Page Count32
Capstone Interactive eBook
List Price: $53.32 School/Library Price

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NSTA Recommends - Lori Cirucci

"This is part of the Inside My Body series written especially for grades 3 through 5. It is a great nonfiction book for the elementary teacher’s library. This important book will engage readers as they learn more about their anatomy and health. The book starts off by asking: "Why do I burp?" It then goes on to describe all about digestion, saliva, noisy burps, the stomach, and the small intestines. Did you know one of the top ten burp hazards is drinking through a straw! All new terms are bolded and contained in a glossary at the end of the book. Colorful detailed illustrations are abundant throughout. In addition, "Extreme Body" facts and "Science behind the Myth" sidebars contain interesting pieces of information for the reader. Detailed anatomy illustrations are also present throughout each book in the series. The end of each book contains a glossary, a section listing additional books and websites to read, and an index." - NSTA Recommends

April 19, 2011

The Horn Book, "Nonfiction Notes"

"Double-page spreads begin with questions related to the human muscular or digestive system. The answers, in the form of short paragraphs, bulleted lists, labeled diagrams and schematics, charts, and captioned photos, pack a surprising amount of information into relatively uncluttered pages. A final spread reiterates major points. Sidebars debunk common misconceptions, give practical advice, and add quirky facts." - The Horn Book, "Nonfiction Notes"

January 25, 2013

Isabel Thomas

Isabel Thomas

Isabel Thomas studied Human Sciences at Oxford University before working in the wonderful world of children's publishing. She has written dozens of books for children and teenagers, and is a trained literacy tutor. Isabel lives in Cambridge, UK, with her husband and three rambunctious sons.

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