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Ziefert is a well known author who has written over one hundred books for children When she is not writing she commutes between her homes in Lincoln Massachusetts and Maplewood New Jersey Amanda Haley holds a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago She currently resides in Ohio with her husband and golden retriever Sall A great intro to the skeletal system for my kindergartner It directs her how to feel for her bones and shows x rays of the bones inside cartoon bodies It gives just enough info for this age and uses humor too

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You really can't see your bones with binocularsbut you can see them with X rays Actual X rays of real bones overlay the uirky illustrations and an engaging interactive text take kids through the skeletal system inviting them to find and feel their own bones Clear explanations fact checked and approved by a pediatrician colorful ill You Can t See Your Bones with Binoculars by Harriet Ziefert and illustrated by Amanda HaleySummary This 22 page nonfiction book is about where each of the 206 bones in our body can be found The book uses illustrated characters and real x rays to explain how each bone is connected to the other how they move and what their real medical name is Analysis I think this book is filled with good information and is depicted in such a way that would be easy for older elementary age students to read I was even able to learn some new things but I wasn t too overwhelmed Application Yes I would use this in my classroom it s very informational and could be a useful aid in any elementary science or anatomy class The illustrations were playful and childlike while the X rays added an additional scientific interest Icebergs pediatrician colorful ill You Can t See Your Bones with Binoculars by Harriet Ziefert and illustrated by Amanda HaleySummary This 22 The Line page nonfiction book is about where each of the 206 bones in our body can be found The book uses illustrated characters and real x rays to explain how each bone is connected to the other how they move and what their real medical name is Analysis I think this book is filled with good information and is depicted in such a way that would be easy for older elementary age students to read I was even able to learn some new things but I wasn t too overwhelmed Application Yes I would use this in my classroom it s very informational and could be a useful aid in any elementary science or anatomy class The illustrations were Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy playful and childlike while the X rays added an additional scientific interest

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Ustrations and humorous analogies make for a fresh look at a familiar topic sure to have young readers learning one minute and laughing the next From head to toe or from cranium to phalanges Harriet Ziefert and Amanda Haley are sure to teach you a thing or two about anatomyand tickle your funny bone to bootAuthor Biography Harriet Has song at top of pages Trial of a Feminizer phalanges Harriet Ziefert and Amanda Haley are sure to teach you a thing or two about anatomyand tickle your funny bone to bootAuthor Biography Harriet Has song at top of The Breach of Crowns pages

  • Paperback
  • 40
  • You Can't See Your Bones with Binoculars You Can'tàseies
  • Harriet Ziefert
  • English
  • 06 September 2019
  • 9781593541736

About the Author: Harriet Ziefert

Harriet Ziefert grew up in North Bergen New Jersey where she attended the local schools She graduated from Smith College then received a Masters degree in Education from New York UniversityFor many years Ziefert was an elementary school teacher She taught most grades from kindergarten to fifth grade I liked it she said but she stopped teaching when she had her own sons When her childr



10 thoughts on “You Can't See Your Bones with Binoculars You Can'tàseies

  1. says:

    This book guides children to becoming aware of their body While the book introduces bones in a child’s body and how they c

  2. says:

    You Can’t See Your Bones with Binoculars by Harriet Ziefert and illustrated by Amanda HaleySummary This 22 page nonfiction book is about where each of the 206 bones in our body can be found The book uses illustrated characters and real x rays to explain how each bone is connected to the other how they move and what their real med

  3. says:

    If your skull were soft like a ripe cantaloupe your brain could get mushed and then you would have a very bad day

  4. says:

    Aside from one factual inaccuracy I thought this books was pretty entertaining A baby has 305 bones not 450 The layout was attractive and the set up was a great way to tell kids about the skeletal system The illustrations are detailed and humorous at times I do feel that the page telling the reader that knowing big words will make others call them a nerd is a bit uncalled for

  5. says:

    This book is about all 206 bones in your body I like this book because it was very interactive when it came to learning about the skeletal system I thought it was cool to have to x rays overlap the actual kid's bo

  6. says:

    Has song at top of pages

  7. says:

    you can't see your bones with binoculars 5 starsAnything that gets the kids into the story and laughing asking uestions is a most excellent 5 star read for usWe talked about bodies and how they worked for days We sang the head bones connected to the neck bone and on and on with the kids pointing to each bone and showing

  8. says:

    Given the other reviews I think kids will like this book than I did as an adult reader Somehow the text seemed to be trying too hard parts of it felt a little random to me She used the tail bone connected to the rhyme as a framework but also come on a tour of your bones and feel the bones as you go along I liked

  9. says:

    A great intro to the skeletal system for my kindergartner It directs her how to feel for her bones and shows x rays of the bones inside cartoon bodies It gives just enough info for this age and uses humor too

  10. says:

    This one was a great look at the bones of the body Even though there was lots of text for a short 4 yr old attention span he listened all the way through I think we'll probably get it again when he's older too

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