Spring 2023

What Keeps Your Body Working?

Questions about Circulation, Blood, Germs, and More

From the Series The Inquisitive Kid's Guide to the Human Body

  • Interest Level: Grade 2 - Grade 4
  • Reading Level: Grade 3

How Does Your Heart Beat? Is one of four books in the Inquisitive kids guide to the human body series.

How Does Your Heart Beat? Is a fantastic introduction to the incredible ways that our body keeps us alive. The respiratory, circulatory, and immune systems are explained through hilarious, colorful illustrations and an engaging question and answer format, designed to appeal to even the most reluctant readers. Packed with plenty of giggle-worthy gross bits, it’s a fun and accessible young guide to an important subject.

Stuff kids want to know, that need an answer…

  • How much blood is in your body?
  • What are germs, and are they all baddies?
  • What are boogers made of? Yuk!

Find the answers to these questions and much more! Kids will love the hilarious illustrations It’s a fresh take on a popular topic. With so many fun facts to uncover, science has never been more fun!

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On pre-order until 02/01/2023
On pre-order until 02/01/2023
Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 4
Reading Level Grade 3
Genre Science
Category 5 Kinds of Nonfiction, 5KN: Browseable Nonfiction, 5KN: Traditional Nonfiction
Copyright 2023
Publisher Hungry Tomato Ltd.
Imprint Hungry Tomato
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Publication Date 2023-02-01
Text Type Informational/Explanatory
BISACS JNF051030, JNF051050, JNF028000
Dimensions 7 x 9
Guided Reading Level T
Features Glossary and Table of contents

Author: John Farndon

John Farndon is a Royal Literary Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, UK, and the author of a huge number of books for adults and children on science, history, technology and nature, including such international best-sellers as Do Not Open and Do You Think You're Clever?

Illustrator: Alan Rowe

Alan Rowe has been working as a freelance Illustrator since 1985. His work is heavily influenced by 1950's and 60's cartoons.