Science in Focus is a broad based series that gives a clear introduction to curriculum topics and is an easy reference tool for research. The clear, well-written text is generously illustrated with large colour photographs and diagrams. Fact and History boxes extend the information, and evidence boxes suggest practical investigations.The Human Body explores the incredibly clever and complicated machine that we all inhabit. It answers a wide variety of questions from what job do your kidneys do to why are our eyes the colour they are. It looks at the human skeleton, the brain and the senses.
Anna Claybourne has been writing children for more than 10 years and has written more than 50 books. Although she has written on many subjects she specialises in science, natural history and the environment. Consultant Dr Trish Groves is a medical writer and a senior editor at the British Medical Journal.