Building Blocks of Life Science 1 & 2

With bright, colorful pages, World Book’s Building Blocks of Life Science helps make learning fun and easy for young students with a primary reading level of grades 3 through 5. Each book focuses on a particular organ system in the human body. Cartoon guides creatively pair humor with fact-filled text. They make even the most difficult topics in human anatomy easy to understand. Helpful glossaries and indexes in each volume direct students to the most important terms and topics. Help young learners in your life get ahead—and have fun doing so—with World Book’s Building Blocks of Life Science!

Autor
Joseph Midthun was born in a small mining town in central Minnesota. He attended the Perpich Center for Arts Education and Columbia College in Chicago. He is currently editor-in-chief at La Luz Comics and lives in St. Paul.

Illustrator
Sam Hiti is very tall, but of average height when sitting at his drafting table. He has been drawing comics full time independently since 2004. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with his wife, two children, and his tiny dog.

Life science 1 titles

Go deep inside the human body to learn about organs, structures, and systems with detailed spreads, diagrams, and photography to support key concepts.

  • Cells to Organ Systems
  • The Digestive and Urinary Systems
  • The Endocrine and Reproductive Systems
  • Fighting Sickness
  • The Nervous System
  • The Respiratory System
  • The Skeletal and Muscular Systems

ISBN: 978-0-7166-1840-9

Volumes: 8

Life science 2 titles

Readers will be introduced to engrossing subjects such as plant classification, genetic traits and heredity, the cell cycle, and more, in a fun and approachable style.

  • Animal Behavior
  • Animal Life Cycles
  • Animal Structure and Classification
  • The Cell Cycle
  • Plant and Animal Adaptations
  • Plant Life Cycles
  • Plant Structure and Classification
  • Traits and Heredity

ISBN: 978-0-7166-2820-0

Volumes: 8

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