There's a skeleton inside you! / Idan Ben-Barak and Julian Frost.
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- ISBN: 9781250175373 (reinforced library binding)
- ISBN: 1250175372 (reinforced library binding)
- Physical Description: 1 unnumbered volume : color illustrations ; 27 cm
- Edition: First American edition.
- Publisher: New York : Roaring Brook Press 2020.
- Copyright: ©2020
Two aliens are on their way to a party when their space ship breaks down. They ask for help from the reader and show how the bones, muscles, and nerves work to help the aliens fix their ship.
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- Baker & Taylor
An interactive tour of the human body depicts friendly aliens Quort and Oort, who ask for a hand when their spaceship breaks down while traveling to a birthday party before finding themselves on a layer-by-layer exploration of skin, muscles, nerves and more. 40,000 first printing. Illustrations.
- McMillan Palgrave
From writer Idan Ben-Barak and illustrator Julian Frost, the creators of Do Not Lick This Book, comes a hilarious, interactive picture book that takes a look inside our bodies to show what humans are made of.
Lay your hand flat out in front of you. Have you ever wondered what it's made of?
What's beneath your skin?
Find out in There's a Skeleton Inside You!
Follow two friendly aliens named Quort and Oort as their spaceship breaks down on the way to their friend Kevin's birthday party. They realize they need a hand, but . . . they don't have hands! Don't worry. They have a great idea: They'll just grow some!
What follows is an uproarious exploration of what makes up the human body, layer by layer.