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Bones In The Human Body! Anatomy Book for Kids - cover

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Bones In The Human Body! Anatomy Book for Kids

Baby Professor

Publisher: Baby Professor

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Summary

Did you know that the body in your body have names too? This book is a collection of interesting facts that kids would find easy to learn. The key to influencing a child to study is to use interactive resource materials that will call and retain the attention. Your child will love this Bones in The Human Body! Anatomy Book for Kids - that’s for sure!
Available since: 02/15/2017.

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