CDROM 611 HUM
The human body. Washington, D.C. : The Society, c1994.
Contents: Your brain -- The senses -- Your bones and
muscles -- Your teeth -- Food for your body.
Offers a tour through the human body that reveals a variety of
facts about the brain, bones, muscles, and bodily needs.
Fichter, George S.
The human body. [New York] : Golden Press, 1977.
An introduction to the various parts of the human body and
Answers about the human body. New York, Grosset & Dunlap 
Answers to sixty-three questions about the human body
provide a description of human anatomy, the functions of the
body's parts and systems, and proper health care.
Wong, Ovid K.
Your body and how it works. Chicago : Childrens Press, c1986.
Introduces the working of the human body, system by system,
with related activities and thought questions.
The circulatory system. New York : Twenty First Century Books,
Explains the circulatory system, which constantly
distributes blood throughout the body by means of linked blood
The digestive system. New York : Twenty First Century Books,
Explains the digestive system, which processes food so that
the body can absorb nutrients.
The excretory system. New York : Twenty First Century Books,
Explains the body's system for getting rid of harmful
substances and recycling the useful chemicals into the
The muscular system. New York : Twenty-First Century Books,
Describes various types of muscles and how they function.
Discusses diseases and disorders of the muscular system.
Nervous system. New York : Twenty-First Century Books, 1994.
Explores the human nervous system and how it functions.
The reproductive system. New York : Twenty-First Century Books,
Describes the main parts of the human reproductive system
and tells how the system works.
The respiratory system. New York : Twenty First Century Books,
Explains the respiratory system, which takes oxygen from
the air and delivers it to the body's cells. Also discusses the
voice and human speech.
Skeletal system. New York : Twenty-first Century Books, 1994.
Introduces the structure and growth of the bones and
relates their functions.
KIT 611 Ins
Inside your body. Washington, D.C. : National Geographic
Society, Educational Services, 1984.
Your wonderful body -- Your bones and muscles -- How your
body uses air and food -- How your brain helps you.
Stresses the importance of exercise, sleep, and diet to physical
well-being. Examines personal hygiene, blood and circulation,
lungs and respiration, and food and digestion.
The world according to Elmo : a story of health and safety tips
; featuring Jim Henson's Sesame Street muppets. [Racine, Wis.]
: Western Pub. Co. in conjunction with Children's Television
"Featuring Jim Henson's Sesame Street Muppets." Elmo visits
Bert and Ernie's house and decides to make himself at home.
Health and exercise. Vero Beach, FL : Rourke Enterprises, 1987.
Discusses the importance of exercise in keeping the body
healthy and of maintaining good posture too.
Health and food. Vero Beach, FL : Rourke Enterprises, 1987.
Discusses basic aspects of food and nutrition, examining
the major food groups and what they contribute to the body.
Health and hygiene. Vero Beach, FL : Rourke Enterprises, 1987.
Informs the teen reader how to keep skin, hair, hands, and
feet healthy and clean.
Poisons make you sick. Chicago : Childrens Press, c1984.
A small girl named Tammy explains why one should never put
strange things in one's mouth.
Collinson, A. S.
Choosing health. Austin, Tex. : Steck-Vaughn, 1991.
Discusses many aspects of health, including diet, exercise,
genetic factors, the body's defense system, mental attitude, and
Germs make me sick; a health handbook for kids. New York, Knopf
Describes a wide variety of diseases and their treatment
with a brief discussion of germs in general.
Your health. New York : Bookwright Press, 1986, c1985.
Discusses, in simple terms, the importance of eating
nutritious meals, practicing personal hygiene, visiting the
doctor, and getting enough sleep.
Health. Chicago : Childrens Press, c1981.
An easy-to-read discussion of what your body needs to
Health can be fun. New York and Philadelphia, F. A. Stokes Co.
Relates basic rules for maintaining good health--adequate
diet, cleanliness, exercise, rest, and regular checkups.
Moncure, Jane Belk.
Magic monsters learn about health. Elgin, Ill. : Child's World
; Chicago : distributed by Childrens Press, c1980.
Magic Monsters demonstrate the results of following a few
basic health rules.
Peavy, Linda S.
Food, nutrition & you. New York : Scribner, c1982.
Relates how the body uses carbohydrates, vitamins, and
other nutrients. Also discussed food additives, sports
nutrition, and other related topics.