Think-A-Lot-Tots: The Neuron: Science Books for Babies, Toddlers, and Kids | Paperback
by Dr. Thomai Dion (Author)
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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Large Printth Edition
July 16, 2016
Product Description How does our body move? How do we smile, wave hello, or stomp in puddles? It is all thanks to the brain's special helper: The Neuron. Dive into this educational picture book with your baby, toddler, or young child and discover the answers to their science and biology questions about moving and how we do it. This colorful and educational picture book will help build your child's vocabulary and kickstart early learning. Curious kids, budding scientists, and future doctors, nurses, and medical professionals are sure to become captivated by the neuron as they learn all about its different parts as well as how it helps the brain deliver messages to our body. There is no concept too abstract or advanced for tots that think a lot!
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