Sam's Science: I Know How My Cells Make Me Grow Paperback
by Kate Rowan
Illustrated by Katharine McEwen
Part of the Sam's Science S. series
Join Sam and his mum as they talk about how our bodies grow in this friendly introduction to science at its simplest. Sam and his mum explain how our bodies grow in this friendly introduction to biology, illustrated by award-winning artist Katharine McEwen.
Sam knows all about how our cells work, and, with a bit of help from his mum, he's going to tell you how they divide and multiply - and why we don't keep growing for ever!
With fun, friendly pictures from Katharine McEwen, this book is perfect for five to eight year olds to read at home or share at school.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 32 pages, colour illustrations
- Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 03/07/2000
- Category: Educational: Biology
- ISBN: 9780744572346
Showing 1 - 4 of 4 reviews.
Review by sarahbatte
This book was very informative and very cute. Tells the story about skin, muscle, cells and bones. You can easily connect this book as a science lesson.
Review by HopeMiller123
This book is about a boy that is growing. He discovers that fact that he has cells. The book illustrates the different types of cells for bones, muscles, and skin. This is a good book to give a kid that could explain what cells are and how they would in a very simple way.
Review by TBegum1
This book is about cells and how they make us grow. It is a great book for children to get an introduction to how things work in our bodies.
Review by tarannum93
This is a great book about a young boy who is growing. He discovers what cells are. The book is about him learning the different parts of the inside of his body. It is a great way for students to learn and a great way to bring biology into reading.