Take a journey into the weird and wonderful world inside you! Follow your food as it travels through your body. Take a deep breath and explore your lungs. Let your mind boggle at what your brain can do. Packed with lively illustrations to reveal your boy’s amazing secrets, this book is perfect for a parent and child to read together or to explore independently.
Stem cell research has been promoted by scientiests, doctors, and the media as one of the most important types of research today. It offers the promise of treating some of the most devastating diseases and injuries, including diabetes, leukemia, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, and brain and spinal cord injuries.
What the Church Teaches: Human Stem Cell Research and Cloning explains:
- What are stem cells?
- Is all stem cell research wrong?
- What are the moral concerns with embryonic stem cell research?
- What are the medical concerns with embryonic stem cell research?
- Are there alternatives to using embryonic stem cells for research?
- What is the current state of government involvement?
- What does the Church teach on this issue?
- Why should Catholics be concerned?
- What is cloning?
This is a pamphlet everyone should read.
The Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Dick for a ride through the human body where they visit the right and left sides of the brain, meet the Feletons from far off Fadin (when they stand in the sun you can see through their skin), scuba dive through the blood system, follow food and water through the digestive tract, and a whole lot more!
- Random House Books for Young Readers