What do I look like on the inside?

Kelly, Elizabeth; Fallows, Carol
August 1997
Australia's Parents;Aug/Sep97, Issue 100, p58
Suggests ways on how to satisfy children's curiosity about their internal anatomy. Types of models and books which are suitable for children; Ideas parents can try to teach children about their internal structure.


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