The Inside Guide: Human Body Systems

The human body is made up of many complex systems. These
systems work individually and together to help humans breathe, move, digest
food, and do many other things essential for living and growing. This set
introduces young readers to the human body and its many networks, including the
respiratory system, the circulatory system, the nervous system, and the
digestive system. Complete with vibrant color photographs, fun fact boxes,
diagrams, and informative sidebars, this journey into the human body provides
readers with an up-close look at how their body works.
Each Book

• Diagrams outlining key systems in the human body

• Graphic
organizers that draw on key topics discussed in the text

• Fact boxes that
provide fascinating information to supplement basic science curriculum

• Discussion questions that encourage readers to think critically
about science and their understanding of the human body

• Age-appropriate information defines and examines key systems
of the human body to enhance basic biology curriculum topics

• Topics are
aligned to Next Generation Science Standards focusing on the structures and
processes of living things

• Sidebars, graphic organizers, and fact boxes
work alongside the main texts to educate young readers about the human body
systems and to allow them to practice obtaining information from different text

Product type: Classroom Collection
ISBN: 978-1-5026-5839-5
Copyright: 2021
Reading Level: Grades 4-5
Interest Level: Grades 4-6
Dimensions: 7 1/8" x 8 1/2"