Osteoblasts to the Rescue: An Imaginative Journey Through the Skeletal System

Osteoblasts to the Rescue: An Imaginative Journey Through the Skeletal System By Heather Manley, Osteoblasts to the Rescue An Imaginative Journey Through the Skeletal System Human Body Detectives Merrin and Pearl are at it again Their magical ability to jump into people s bodies and explore their systems digestive skeletal nervous June circulatory and immune com
  • Title: Osteoblasts to the Rescue: An Imaginative Journey Through the Skeletal System
  • Author: Heather Manley
  • ISBN: 9781484966471
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • Osteoblasts to the Rescue: An Imaginative Journey Through the Skeletal System By Heather Manley, Human Body Detectives Merrin and Pearl are at it again Their magical ability to jump into people s bodies and explore their systems digestive, skeletal, nervous June 2014 , circulatory, and immune combines science with their fun adventures to help kids understand their anatomy and how their bodies work In Osteoblasts to the Rescue, Merrin and Pearl examine their frieHuman Body Detectives Merrin and Pearl are at it again Their magical ability to jump into people s bodies and explore their systems digestive, skeletal, nervous June 2014 , circulatory, and immune combines science with their fun adventures to help kids understand their anatomy and how their bodies work In Osteoblasts to the Rescue, Merrin and Pearl examine their friend Lily s skeletal system on their journey to reach the broken bone in her arm Along the way they slide down rib bones, climb up the clavicle, see the fracture, and so much In the end they not learn about how broken bones repair themselves, but they get a firsthand lesson on the functions of the skeletal system Ideal for both the home and the classroom, these beautifully illustrated books offer activity pages as well as a glossary of terms and information about the best foods kids can eat to keep their bodies healthy A curriculum for teachers is also available for each book The Human Body Detectives series offers science with a twist an accessible lesson about the human body presented in a fun, relatable way that kids will love Each Human Body Detective book can stand alone as well as be read as part of the series Osteoblasts to the Rescue is one of five stories featured in the Human Body Detectives series, along with Battle with the Bugs, A Heart Pumping Adventure, The Lucky Escape, and Brainiacs which will be debuting in June 2014.
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    1. Heather Manley

      Dr Heather Manley, ND, is a practicing physician who received her medical degree in 2001 from National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon She is also the award winning author of The Human Body Detectives book and curriculum series.A contributing writer to Dandelion Moms, Organic Eats magazine, Parents Canada, and KIWI magazine, Dr Heather was inspired to write The Human Body Detectives stories when she went on a search for books about healthy eating tips for parents and kids and couldn t find what she was looking for She wanted to provide a fun and engaging resource that would teach kids about how their bodies work and what foods best feed them And the HBDs were born The Human Body Detectives series won Moms Choice Award and is also a Parent Tested, Parent Approved winner Dr Heather has been named to the Top 50 Mompreneurs Bloggers List on both Babble , VoiceBoks and blogtrepreneur Dr Heather lives and practices on the Big Island of Hawaii, where her focus is on preventative healthcare for families and providing a resource for families to learn about preventative health care so that they can be confident and proactive in their everyday health She lives with her husband and her two daughters, with whom she based her stories characters, Merrin and Pearl Dr Heather is currently at work writing another Human Body Detectives adventure, an imaginative journey through the brain and nervous system.HBD series The Lucky Escape Battle with the Bugs A Heart Pumping Adventure Osteoblasts to the RescueThe HBD turn key curriculum can be purchased on the HBD website, Teachers Pay Teachers and Homeschool Buyers Co op Site humanbodydetectives blog Twitter drheatherndFacebook facebook HumanBodyDet

    833 thoughts on “Osteoblasts to the Rescue: An Imaginative Journey Through the Skeletal System”

    1. Osteoblasts to the Rescue is the fourth book in the Human Body Detectives non fiction book series for young readers, written by Dr Heather Manley Not having read any of the other books in the series, I was introduced for the first time to sisters Pearl and Merrin, literally, the Human Body Detectives themselves I found the book to be educational, visually interesting, and filled with fun.In this book, the sisters travel inside their friend s body to have a closer look at a fracture in one of the [...]


    2. This is the second book from this entertaining but educational children s book series If you were ever a fan of the Magic School Bus series or if your kids were , this should appeal to you and your kids The story is engaging, but if this is the first book you have read in the series, you may struggle to comprehend what it going on Human detectives may be a foreign concept Having read another of the books, I felt like I had an excellent foundation, so I was able to jump right into the story with [...]


    3. This is a great book for kids and adults alike It is a fun journey through the human body but we also learn a lot during the journey as well I love how the author isn t afraid to use the big words and explain their meanings for kids In a lot of other learning books, the adults sometimes don t want to use too many in depth meanings because they think the kids can t handle it or maybe it won t be as interesting But in Osteoblasts to the Rescue, Dr Manley gives kids a lot credit and finds a way to [...]


    4. Pearl has a question about the human body and, along with her sister Merrin, is able to explore what goes on inside of us This time they re learning about bones.This is a short read so I read this with my kids because I wanted to hear what they thought about it It s a fun and interesting story with great illustrations Some of the words are big and sound similar to other words so it helps that there s a Glossary in the back I got a lot out of this book, too The fun fact section was interesting I [...]


    5. Merrin and Pearl have an awesome ability They are Human Body Detectives, able to jump inside others and study their bodies This time, they are going into their friend Lily s body to investigate her broken arm While in Lily they will learn a lot about our skeleton, how bones stay healthy, and what they are made of.I loved this book It was able to explain some complex seeming scientific terms into something easy to understand and interesting to read This book is a fantastic way to introduce young [...]


    6. Osteoblasts to the Rescue An Imaginative Journey Through the Skeletal System by Heather Manley is an exploratory book for children ages 6 to 10 that takes sisters Merrin and Pearl on a journey to learn about the skeletal system Their journey takes them into the system of a friend who had recently broke an arm, and they learn how the body helps to heal fractured bones even down to specific foods that are helpful in the healing process as well I was surprised at the depth of detail provided while [...]


    7. What a FUN, AMAZING BOOK The story is so good you don t even realize you are learning.Two sisters have the ability to go inside a person s body to see what is happeningey are The Body Detectives.When their friend shows up with a broken bone they transfer inside to see what is going on.Along the way they discover of the skeletal system.


    8. Michael, age 5, and Mia, age 13, did a video review of this book They loved the idea of a human body detective novel and learned a lot reading the book Watch the video here youtube watch v OjgkqB


    9. Won on first reads.Took into school and my class found it very interesting and helpful Easy to read for children who struggle with reading.


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