A Drop of Blood You ve seen your own blood when you have a cut or a scrape You can see the veins in your wrist and you ve seen the scab that forms as a cut heals But do you know what blood does for you Without bloo

  • Title: A Drop of Blood
  • Author: Paul Showers Edward Miller
  • ISBN: 9780060091101
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • You ve seen your own blood, when you have a cut or a scrape You can see the veins in your wrist, and you ve seen the scab that forms as a cut heals But do you know what blood does for you Without blood, you couldn t play, or grow, or learn That s because just about every part of your body needs blood, from your muscles to your bones to your brain How does your body usYou ve seen your own blood, when you have a cut or a scrape You can see the veins in your wrist, and you ve seen the scab that forms as a cut heals But do you know what blood does for you Without blood, you couldn t play, or grow, or learn That s because just about every part of your body needs blood, from your muscles to your bones to your brain How does your body use blood Read and find out Ages 10 14

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    1. Showers and Miller have created an exciting, quirky, and well-thought out book on the basics of blood cells. Showers’ prose is tersely informative for the most part, but it is broken up by factual rhymes about blood cells that provide a nice break. Miller’s digital illustrations are the real star of the show here, though--his vampire and monster subjects add a nice amount of levity to an incredibly informative text as well as supplementing the information with labelled diagrams and infograph [...]

    2. What better person to teach children about the blood in their bodies than a vampire! He and his minion, an Igor-like creature, teach all about what blood is made of and what it does in the body. I adored the illustrations, which added greatly to the text. The mixing in of some actual microscope photography was good as well. I think this picture book will be an entertaining addition to my classroom library.

    3. Summary This book describes what blood is. It explains its in your wrists, its how we can move our bodies, and it talks about how even our brain needs blood to think!Evaluation This book is a creative way to teach kids about blood in our bodies and how important it is for everyday life. This book is rather simple but can be read aloud to any grade. Teaching IdeaThis is a fun way to learn about blood, blood vessels, and how we are growing and changing. You could be amazing at what we need blood f [...]

    4. We do enjoy these easy science books with illustrations. It is a great way to be introduced to a topic regardless of age.

    5. A Drop of Blood is a fantastic informational book for children! It gives so much information about the human body, specifically focusing on our blood. Although this is a nonfiction, informational book, it includes two characters that help illustrate what the text states. These characters are a vampire and a monster! These illustrations will grab the attention of younger readers, however, should be used as a read aloud for lower leveled readers and an independent reading for upper leveled readers [...]

    6. Students: Pre-k through 1st gradeConcepts taught:- Importance of blood-Blood flow/circulation- ScabsExplains the importance of blood in our bodies. Blood is like the fuel that is always needed to help us play, grow, learn, and most importantly live!* Have students observe their arms and hands for blood veinsBring a flashlight to shine to make blood more visible to studentsExtension:Discuss why blood is blue on the inside, red on the outside, and brown when it dries.

    7. 40 months - O has been pretty obsessed with blood since she had her first "blood owie" two months ago. This is the perfect book for her age to learn about what blood is and it's importance in our body. Great book. Be sure to grab your flash light when you read it so your kiddo can see the blood in their hands and fingers!

    8. For myself I would give this book 4 stars but my kids ask me to read it over and over so that is definitely worth an extra star. A fun and creative way to learn some basic biology concepts, this book is primarily about blood but it is also the first book I've encountered that discusses cells in a way that my preschooler seems to grasp.

    9. A Drop of Blood, Paul ShowersGrade Level: 1-4Topic: The Circulatory SystemDescription: This book does an excellent job at showing how the circulatory system in humans works, incluiding bloodflow, white and red blood cells, how scrapes form and heal, and more. This book's format is fun for children because it presents the information in a horror movie format with a friendly vampire.

    10. The illustrations are not so beautiful but they accomplish their purposes and the text helps to explain very well. The content of the book, the blood, is very well explained for kids. My three years old daughter liked the book and understood it.

    11. Considering getting this for my nephew, so checked it out first. A decent overview about blood and a bit of the circulatory system. Not too dumbed-down, but just right for kindergarten-1st graders I think.

    12. My kids and I loved the simple explainatins in this book For ages 5-10. A cute cartoony vimire and Egor tell the a story about blood.

    13. I absolutely love this book for the kids. I used it to teach a K-7 yo class on blood and they loved it. Love the vampy spin, it makes things much less bo-ring- ironic & funny!

    14. This book talks about blood. It explains how your body uses it and why it's so important. This book would be great for a lesson on the human body.

    15. CSI training for kids. A great introduction to blood, how it keeps us alive and how it can help catch a criminal.

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