Why Don't Haircuts Hurt?

Why Don't Haircuts Hurt?

Questions and Answers About the Human Body

Unknown - 1999
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As kids begin to wonder how their body works, they will want to know it all. In sections on hair and skin, body works, and senses, the authors take complicated questions, like why do you need two ears, and make them comprehensible to the young readers. Other questions, like why you blush, how much food you eat in a year, and what hiccups and goose bumps are will keep kids turning the pages of this lavishly illustrated, highly informative book.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Reference, 1999, c1998.
ISBN: 9780439085694
0439085691
9780590130790
059013079X
9780613170420
0613170423
Branch Call Number: j 612 BERGER M
Characteristics: 48 pages : color illustrations ; 21 x 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Barnes, Karen 1962-
Berger, Gilda

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