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My Bodyworks: Songs About Your Bones, Muscles, Heart And More! | Hardcover

by Jane Schoenberg (Author), Steven Schoenberg (Author), Cynthia Fisher (Illustrator)

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Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  Crocodile Books(Inteu)
Page Count:  32 Pages
Publication Date:  May 02, 2014
Sales Rank:  997728th


Product Description
Learning about the body just got more exciting! Young children will discover how their bodies work when they read and sing along with fun and fact-filled songs. How many bones are in each of your feet? What are the five senses? Where is the gluteus maximus? Why do we pass gas? Find out in this engaging book and 12-song CD set with its diverse array of musical styles that promises to get the whole family rocking.


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