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Getting energy

Author: Pip Morgan
Publisher: London : Franklin Watts, 2010.
Series: How your body works.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Every part of your body needs energy to keep it working. Your muscles need energy to keep you moving and your brain cells need energy to pwer your thoughts. The energy your body uses comes from the food you eat and the oxygen you breathe. Getting Energy describes how your body generates energy. It shows how you digest food and turn it into usable energy. It explains what makes us feel hungry and why it is important  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Children's nonfiction
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pip Morgan
ISBN: 1445100185 9781445100180
OCLC Number: 682270174
Description: 32 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
Contents: What is energy for? --
The fuel your body burns --
Feeling hungry --
Digesting food --
How your body absorbs food --
Getting rid of waste --
Storing and using fuel --
Oxygen for energy --
Swapping gases --
Making energy in your cfells --
Your energy needs --
Body heat --
Too little or too much food.
Series Title: How your body works.
Responsibility: Pip Morgan.

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"Every part of your body needs energy to keep it working. Your muscles need energy to keep you moving and your brain cells need energy to pwer your thoughts. The energy your body uses comes from the food you eat and the oxygen you breathe. Getting Energy describes how your body generates energy. It shows how you digest food and turn it into usable energy. It explains what makes us feel hungry and why it is important to eat enough, but not too much, food. And it outlines what can happen if any part of your body's complex food-processing system doesn't work properly."--Back cover.

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