Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
An entertaining and informative exploration of the human body, from the big boss sending out orders in the brain to waste being sorted and delivered out of the body.
The Human Body Factory splits the human body into easy sections, with each ‘department' introduced by the busy workers who keep everything running smoothly, the ingenious artworks are packed with humorous details, all backed up with Dan Green's fascinating facts and accessible text describing and explaining the body's processes. There's a fun search-and-find activity on each page, as well as quiz at the end to see how much you've discovered about the human body. Whether it's toxic signs and workers wearing biohazard suits in the large intestine, lab workers in dinghies mixing gastric juices in the stomach with a giant whisk, or the lungs depicted as a gym, you'll find plenty to amaze and amuse in this comprehensive, fact-filled guide to the human body.