Pearl leaned over to Merrin and felt along her spine. Merrin shivered a bit.
A little bit more about Dr. Heather:
Dr. Heather Manley, who in 2001 received her medical degree from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon, is a practicing physician whose primary interest is preventative healthcare for families. She is the author of the award winning Human Body Detectives, her children’s elementary educational series of story-telling books, curriculum, eBooks, and iPhone/iPad apps. She also promotes wellness and naturopathic healthcare on her website DrHeatherND.com. She lives on the Big Island of Hawaii with her husband and two daughters, and is currently at work on the next human body adventure for kids.
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Teaching kids how their skeletal system works and what foods best fuel it. Engaging, entertaining yet educational!
Merrin and Pearl are at it again! This time these two young Human Body Detectives are exploring the skeletal system. With the ability to jump in and examine the various physiological systems in the human body and learn about nutrition, Merrin and Pearl’s adventures are fun stories and helpful tools to educate children. In Osteoblasts to the Rescue, Pearl notices a girl at her neighbor Ben’s soccer game with a bright orange cast on her arm. Curiosity on how a bone can fix itself, takes her and her sister on another wild adventure through the skeletal system where they brave high heights, ambitious climbs, and a mass of osteoblasts coming their way.
This is one of four stories featured in the Human Body Detectives series, along with The Lucky Escape, Battle with the Bugs, and A Heart Pumping Adventure. All titles are available through Amazon.
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Genre - Children’s Books
Rating – G