Bateman, Walter L.,
How Man Began
, Chicago: Benefic Press, 1975.
An easy book for children to read. Particularly useful are pages 28 and 40 where head size is measured and discussed in charts.
Anatomy for Children
. New York: Sterling Publishing Company, 1978.
A very good book for children to get brief basic facts about the human body, illustrations are adequate.
You and Your Body: A Book of Experiments to
Perform on Yourself
, Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1977.
This book gives very short summaries of the parts of the body with simple experiments children can perform.
Tully, Marianne and Mary Alice.
Facts About the Human Body
. New York: Franklin Watts, 1977.
An excellent book for children. It is a series of questions and answers about the body:
How the Body Works
. New York: Larousse and Co. Inc., 1978.
A good book for children to use with bright illustrations and language appropriate for grades 5-7.
. New York: William Morrow and Co., 1969.
A children’s book with very simple pictures and vocabulary. a good first book to use.