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Smithsonian Human Body Encyclopedia

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Way back in the days when I went into the medical field, they didn’t have a lot of human body textbooks that were eye-catching and illustrative for visual learners. There were a few books that showed diagrams, but most were in black and white or blue and red. We had to read a lot and although the material was informative, it was aesthetically boring. Thankfully educational resource books have changed for current and future students. New books like the Smithsonian Human Body Encyclopedia offer a visually stimulating learning experience like never before.

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Smithsonian Human Body Encyclopedia

What makes the Smithsonian Human Body Encyclopedia so appealing is its computer-generated 3-D images and illustrations. They literally pop off the pages. They’re not only compelling but informative, instructive, and interactive. These attributes are engaging and make learning your subject easier and far more fun. Secret code: Arteries.

This book is divided into 8 sections, Body Basics, Body Systems, Head and Neck, Chest and Back, Arms and Hands, Abdomen and Pelvis, Legs and Feet, and finally Body Science. Each section goes into minute details about their subject with colorful, visual imagery and easy to comprehend concepts and instructions. Just a point here to mention that there are some real photos, but none that would repel a student.

Journey, Discover and Find Out

About our DNA in our human body

Every aspect of the human body’s anatomy and physiology are covered. So if kids have questions about various areas of the body, they can journey through this reference for the answers. Along the way, they’ll discover astonishing facts and informative facts. Ever wonder why some people have freckles? Or, why do teens seem to get a lot of acne and skin issues? It’s all about your hormones. Did you know that one blood cell goes through the heart and around the body 1,000 times a day! The back of the book shares the glossary and ongoing research and scientific breakthrough that will change the future of our health. The Smithsonian Human Body Encyclopedia is a very useful educational resource that kids can access when they need answers.

Disclaimer: I received complimentary products to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ.

65 Comments

    1. My 9 year old son loves all kinds of science. He was lucky enough to get the Smithsonian animal encyclopedia as a gift from his Grandparents and would love to get the human body encyclopedia.

  1. Growing up I remember Liking these book and always love biology! Would love to share with my granddaughters! Thank you

  2. I would love to win to show my homeschoolers. This year, we are learning the body parts and bones and what they do during our school time. I think this would be a great addition to our curriculum this year!

  3. My daughter wants to become a doctor and I would love to start introducing her to some deeper information about the human body. This book looks like it would do the trick!

  4. This is one of the best contests I have seen before. I would love to win this as a gift for my daughter. She just got into Medic school and starts this month. I believe this would be an invaluable book to have to use as references and just to learn from. Thank you for this opportunity.

  5. Our oldest grandson is loving anything to do with science and biology. This book would be an awesome addition to our library. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity.

  6. My daughters love learning from DK. The picture to word ratio is perfect. I’d love to win for them to learn more about how our bodies work.

  7. I would love to win this because as a new to homeschool mom 4th grade requires human body education for health. Additionally Smithsonian is such an amazing brand. I visited the museum as a child in D.C. and it was so inspiring.

  8. I would like to win this form one of the kids in my life. The human body is the coolest thing to learn about in science. I would love to look through this with them. Specifically, my little cousins.

  9. I love books like this. I grew up in the “encyclopedia era” and still prefer books when they are well done and accurate. This has incredible pictures and details so much more than anatomy. I feel that you’re never too old to keep learning and my kids can use this for school (high school level and college, it’s perfect.)

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