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Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure and Function covers the basics of biology on a cellular level, specialized in text for emergent readers. This book includes "sound it out" sections containing phonics for the names of the organelles inside the cell. Young readers will learn what each organelle looks like and how it functions in the cell. Questions are posed throughouCellular Biology: Organelles, Structure and Function covers the basics of biology on a cellular level, specialized in text for emergent readers. This book includes "sound it out" sections containing phonics for the names of the organelles inside the cell. Young readers will learn what each organelle looks like and how it functions in the cell. Questions are posed throughout as a form of review so the reader is reinforcing the new material learned. Colorful images and text make this book aesthetically pleasing and intriguing....

Title : Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure, Function
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ISBN : 9780984384808
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 34 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure, Function Reviews

  • Sara
    2019-03-21 00:00

    A wonderful book to introduce the basics of cell structure! The pictures are colorful and distinct. I read it with my 6 year old daughter. She was able to read some of it herself, but got discouraged by the large words, so I took over. By the end of the book, she could identify some of the organelles and knew what almost all of them did, even if she didn't remember their names. Pretty sure her favorites were the Golgi! I recommend this book for anyone wanting to get their young children interested in cell biology or for just a basic review! Can't wait to see more in the series!

  • Sue Potter
    2019-04-18 23:07

    'Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure, Function' . I won this book in a giveaway, and received the book in yesterday's mail. I had the book read in a matters minutes and immediately loved it. I am not a teacher, just a curious gramma. I am looking forward to sharing this book, tomorrow, with her young grandson. I believe he'll like it too! He's the curious sort of person too! This book is not only great for teasing the curiosity enough to get youngster's interested in the world of science; but also to re-familiarize an older "child's" memories of long ago lessons in school.'Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure, Function', by April Chloe Terrazas; is written in very accessible style; which includes color-coding, repetitive practice, pronunciation guides, basic conceptual images, and more. This style makes learning the building blocks of biology attainable to a wide range of readers and listener/watchers(the youngest minds). I will complete this review once my grandson gives his opinion of the book. :)

  • Hillary
    2019-04-07 20:24

    This book was adorable - and it really is beneficial for all ages. Whether you actually are 0 years of age, the pictures are colorful and appealing to the eye, to younger children, teens, young adults, adults, and the elderly, there is use for all to acquire knowledge about basic concepts and terminology in cellular biology. I am actually an undergraduate student with a major in foreign language, but I have always had a little bit of love for science (specifically biology). The author provides accurate models, brief descriptions, and useful hints to help children in particular become familiar with the idea of cellular biology. Overall, a great book - looking forward to the rest of the collection!

  • Lisa
    2019-03-28 20:21

    I received a copy of this book through First Reads.While I am certainly above the grade level that this book is probably intended for, I can see that this book would be very helpful for younger children attempting to learn the basics of cellular biology. The illustrations are very colorful and basic, yet instructive. The pronunciation guides for various difficult-to-pronounce cell parts are a nice addition. Even adults looking to learn the basics of cellular biology will find this to be a useful beginner's guide.Overall, I especially recommend this book for any young child with basic reading skills, but also for adults who would like a basic primer regarding this interesting topic.

  • Jane
    2019-04-15 19:57

    Cellular Biology is colorful, full of easy to understand text with illustrations on every page to engage the young reader in this part of science. I have used it a couple of times with children and they find the material and subject fascinating. My thanks to April Chloe Terrazas for my copy of Cellular Biology.

  • Kim
    2019-04-18 20:19

    This is an amazing book for children (AND ADULTS!). Clever sound-it-out sections help a young reader pronounce cell words correctly and beautiful illustrations really keep their attention. I am impressed and I can't wait for the next book in the series!

  • Kate
    2019-03-30 01:17

    This book is incredible! The pictures and wording is fantastic and easy to understand. Perfect for kids.

  • Mrspam4ever
    2019-04-13 00:16

    I loved it!

  • Bstephen
    2019-03-30 19:59

    Awesome book. Beautiful illustrations. A must have for every childrens library

  • Doris Lucas
    2019-03-21 17:56

    This is a wonderful book to introduce the basics of cell structure. The illustrations are very colorful.This book would be very helpful for younger children attempting to learn the basics of cellular biology.

  • James Kendrick
    2019-04-19 00:06

    I won this book through a facebook giveaway. At first, I hadn't thought about reading science books to my 5 year old but when he got his hands on this one, he was hooked. We were shocked! He hadn't shown any real interest in science yet! I asked him his favorite part of this book and he said it was "saying big words." Each new organelle he learned about and learned how to say through the sound it out box, we responded with great excitement at his ability to say these "big words." We personally love that HE loves it so much. He tells his cousins that "the nucleus has dna inside, and dna is what makes each person different." He is so proud of himself. The structure of the book is simple and easy to follow. The organelles are introduced page by page. A review page checks comprehension in the middle, then continues with the other organelles. The book itself is very good, but the effects are the really amazing part. His confidence has sky-rocketed and he is more impatient for the next release than I am for my favorite thrillers!

  • Jennifer
    2019-04-13 01:05

    The book is very simple in its descriptions and in its pictures: which is definitely a virtue! I found it interesting that phonetically the book breaks down "organelles" with an "LZ" at the end, while I usually say "elz", so that was something different I learned. The pictures are perfect for 5/6 graders, which is perfectly coinciding with their curriculum, as they require some decoding because of the many lines and colors. Otherwise, this is certainly a book i will have available in my future classroom.

  • Andrea
    2019-04-20 02:11

    I didn't think the bright pictures compensated for the lack of information. The book is a collection of vocabulary words and there are so many new words that they crowd out the "story line." 80% new words in colors that match the pictures doesn't increase the overall comprehension for youngsters. I wouldn't vote for less new words just more normal words in between all the new ones.

  • D Nine
    2019-04-08 02:12

    Great presentation with illustrations!

  • Selena
    2019-03-24 00:06

    Great pictues... Very detailed.

  • April Terrazas
    2019-03-20 18:24