Solve the puzzles to discover your body's workings, inside and out! Find your way through a maze of arms and legs, spot the differences in a cluster of noses, and identify the heart's parts in a seek-and-find puzzle! These and other challenges are loaded with fascinating facts about the human body, f... read more
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Solve the puzzles to discover your body's workings, inside and out! Find your way through a maze of arms and legs, spot the differences in a cluster of noses, and identify the heart's parts in a seek-and-find puzzle! These and other challenges are loaded with fascinating facts about the human body, from eyes, teeth, hair, and other external features to internal organs, blood, and muscles. The pictures are fun to color, too!
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