Spring 2022

Sasha's Strong Skeletal System

From the Series Let's Look at Body Systems!

In this title, early fluent readers meet Sasha, a girl who loves to play soccer, as she learns about her skeletal system. Read along as Sasha and her dad discuss how bones, joints, ligaments, and tendons work together to support the human body, how bones repair themselves, and what they are made of. Vibrant illustrations and carefully leveled text engage young readers in a supportive educational fiction reading experience.

Children can learn more about the skeletal system using Fact Surfer, our safe online search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. This book also features diagrams, a review section, tools for teachers and caregivers, a glossary, an index, and a table of contents.

Grasshopper Books offers simple, fun fiction for emerging readers. Sasha's Strong Skeletal System is part of Jump!'s Let's Look at Body Systems! series.

Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 2
Category Fiction, STEM
Subject Science and Math
Copyright 2022
Publisher Jump!, Inc.
Imprint Grasshopper Books
Language English
Number of Pages 24
Publication Date 2022-01-01
BISACS JUV015000, JUV015010, JUV043000
Dewey 611
Dimensions 7.5 x 9
Lexile 470
Guided Reading Level N
Features Glossary of key words, Index, and Table of contents

Reviews

SLJ Review of Let's Look at Body Systems!

Take a look under human skin and explore the fun world of anatomy and physiology with this early chapter series about how systems work in the body. The step-by-step processes take readers through each part of the body and talk about the interconnected aspect of how systems work. The explanation of the immune system in particular stands out, as it dives deep into something relevant for readers right now with easy-to-understand, illustrated explanations. ­

VERDICT: Filled with simple anatomical models and colorful illustrations throughout, this series is a must-have for elementary-aged budding biology readers.

Author: Mari Schuh

Illustrator: Ed Myer