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Why do I cry?
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Why do I cry?

Series: Why do I...?

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781789980530

Publication Date: 28 May 2020

Subject: Human body

Suitable for: Primary

Explains the emotional and physical functions of crying, and how the nasolacrimal system works.

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Summary

Explains the emotional and physical functions of crying, and how the nasolacrimal system works.

From smelly poos to dribbly goos, bloody squirts to growing spurts: bodies are amazing - and disgusting!

Have you ever wondered how a pizza becomes a poo? What turns bogies black? Why do you need to trim your toenails?

Find out about farts, hearts and itchy parts in this weird and wonderful look at the body's super systems.

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Contents

Are your eyes watering?
Types of tear
Making tears
Journey of a tear
What's in a tear?
Feeling better?
Eye bogies
Gloopy eyes
Cry babies
Activity
Glossary and Index

Category
JNF
Subject
Human body
Dewey
612.847
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Illustrations
Full colour illus throughout
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Pub. date
28 May 2020
Edition
New in Paperback
ISBN
9781789980530
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Binding
Paperback
Pages
24
Width
219mm
Height
219mm
Index
Yes
Contents page
Yes
Glossary
Yes
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