Best Teen & Young Adult Anatomy & Physiology Books
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1. American Medical Association Boy's Guide to Becoming a Teen
Author: by American Medical Association
Becoming a teen is an important milestone in every boy’s life. It’s even more important to get answers and advice to the most common health issues boys face from a trusted source. The American Medical Association Boy’s Guide to Becoming a Teen is filled with invaluable advice to get you ready for the changes you will experience during puberty.
Learn about these important topics and more: Puberty and what kinds of physical and emotional changes you can expectfrom your developing body to your feelings about girls The importance of eating the right foods and taking care of your body Pimples, acne, and how to properly care for your skin Your reproductive systeminside and out Thinking about relationships and dealing with new feelings
2. Wait, What?: A Comic Book Guide to Relationships, Bodies, and Growing Up
Author: by Heather Corinna
Listed as a 2019 Chicago Public Library Best of the Best book, as one of the Best LGBTQ Graphic Novels of 2019 by The Advocate and a Notable Children’s Book by the The Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association!
“This extremely modern guide to growing up excels in its field. From Heather Corinna, founder and director of Scarleteen. Com, and Isabella Rotman, cartoonist and sex educator, comes a graphic novel guide that covers essential topics for preteens and young teens about their changing bodies and feelings.
Join friends Malia, Rico, Max, Sam and Alexis as they talk about all the weird and exciting parts of growing up! This supportive group of friends are guides for some tricky subjects. Using comics, activities and examples, they give encouragement and context for new and confusing feelings and experiences.
Inclusive of different kinds of genders, sexualities, and other identities, they talk about important topics like: – Bodies, including puberty, body parts and body image – Sexual and gender identity – Gender roles and stereotypes – Crushes, relationships, and sexual feelings – Boundaries and consent – The media and cultural messages, specifically around bodies and sex – How to be sensitive, kind, accepting, and mature – Where to look for more information, support and help A fun and easy-to-read guide from expert sex educators that gives readers a good basis and an age-appropriate start with sex, bodies and relationships education!
3. Human Body Theater: A Non-Fiction Revue
Author: by Maris Wicks
Welcome to the Human Body Theater, where your master of ceremonies is going to lead you through a theatrical revue of each and every biological system of the human body! Starting out as a skeleton, the MC puts on a new layer of her costume (her body) with each “act.” By turns goofy and intensely informative, the Human Body Theater is always accessible and always entertaining.
Maris Wicks is a biology nerd, and by the time you’ve read this book, you will be too! Harnessing her passion for science (and her background as a science educator for elementary and middle-school students), she has created a comics-format introduction to the human body that will make an expert of any reader – young or old!
4. Being a Teen: Everything Teen Girls & Boys Should Know About Relationships, Sex, Love, Health, Identity & More
Author: by Jane Fonda
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER AN ALL-ENCOMPASSING GUIDE THAT PARENTS WILL WANT FOR THEIR TEENSThis thorough, concise guide offers straight talk about: The male and female body as it changes and matures. Teen relationships: what it takes to create happy, supportive, positive, and meaningful connections with family, friends, and others.
Identity empowerment: how to be authentic and thrive in today’s world. Sex and sexuality for boys and girls: how teens should take care of their bodies, embrace their experiences, and strengthen self-esteem. Strategies for working through the toughest challenges, including bullying, sexual abuse, eating disorders, pregnancy, and more.
Praise for Being a Teen A frank and candid resource for adolescents. People Fonda’s warmth and love for the teen community is evident. Publishers Weekly Clear, practical, and riveting, Being a Teen cuts away at myth, enhances teens’ self-esteem, and arms them with a trove of useful information.
Beautifully organized … Any parent, teacher, coach, or doctor needs to read this authoritative guide. What a lifesaver for our boys and girls!William S. Pollack, PhD, author of the international bestseller Real Boys and Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical SchoolBeing a Teen should be in the hands of every teen in the world.
5. Cycle Savvy: The Smart Teen's Guide to the Mysteries of Her Body
Author: by Toni Weschler
William Morrow Paperbacks
Should I be concerned if my cycles are rarely 28 days? Why do I often feel so emotional before my period? And how can I know when my period’s really going to start?! If you’re a teenage girl, you’ve probably asked yourself these questions and many more.
Now Cycle Savvy has the answers that will help you understand what is really happening with your body on a day-to-day basis. It’s the first book specifically designed to teach young women about the practical benefits of charting their cycles.
Explore the fascinating world of ovulation, fertility, and why you even have periods at all! And learn all about the body signals, mood changes, and other signs that accompany your cycle. With charming illustrations, fun brainteasers, confidence builders, sample charts, and first-person tales of experiences that every girl can relate to, Cycle Savvy takes the mystery out of your amazing body.
6. Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out
Author: by Susan Kuklin
A 2015 Stonewall Honor BookA groundbreaking work of LGBT literature takes an honest look at the life, love, and struggles of transgender teens. Author and photographer Susan Kuklin met and interviewed six transgender or gender-neutral young adults and used her considerable skills to represent them thoughtfully and respectfully before, during, and after their personal acknowledgment of gender preference.
Portraits, family photographs, and candid images grace the pages, augmenting the emotional and physical journey each youth has taken. Each honest discussion and disclosure, whether joyful or heartbreaking, is completely different from the other because of family dynamics, living situations, gender, and the transition these teens make in recognition of their true selves.
7. Illumanatomy: See inside the human body with your magic viewing lens (Illumi: See 3 Images in 1)
Author: by Kate Davies
Wide Eyed Editions
A 2019 Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students: K12 (National Science Teachers Association and the Children’s Book Council). An anatomy lesson like no other! Look inside the human body with the magic three-color lens and x-ray from head to toe to discover how your body works.
Use the red lens to reveal the skeleton, the green to see the muscles working, and x-ray your organs with the blue lens to find out what they do day and night to keep you alive. Uncover the secrets of the human body and explore how its different systems work in this stunning follow-up to the internationally best-selling Illuminature.
Jam-packed with detailed illustrations and full of facts and information, this innovative encyclopedia from from Milan-based design duo Carnovsky will make you see the human body in a whole new light. With every illustration containing three separate layers to pore over, this book will reward rereading again and again, providing hours of independent entertainment and education for young readers.
8. The (Nearly) Teenage Boy's Guide to (Almost) Everything
Author: by Dr. Sharie Coombes
Stress.Hormones.School.Social media. It’s a lot for a teenager to handle. Luckily, this guide has it all covered: the good, the bad, and the kind of icky. This is The (Nearly) Teenage Boy’s Guide to (Almost) Everything. Chapters include topics on: Puberty, hormones, body changes, Feelings, relationships, family, stress And more!
9. Human Anatomy in Full Color (Dover Children's Science Books)
Author: by John Green
The human body is an infinitely complex marvel of fine design, superbly adapted to its functions. A host of specialized organs, bones, muscles, nerve fibers, blood vessels, and other anatomical features work together in harmony to maintain the network of interrelated body systems necessary to maintain life.
Now the component parts of this intricate flesh-and-blood machine are clearly revealed in this treasury of detailed anatomical illustrations. Noted illustrator John Green has rendered 25 exceptionally clear and precise full-color plates of the body’s organs and systems: the skeleton, muscles, and skin, as well as the respiratory, digestive, circulatory, reproductive, and other systems.
Illustrations also focus on such important organs as the eye, ear, and brain. Each carefully labeled plate has been reviewed for accuracy and is accompanied by an extensive caption written by Dr. John W. Harcup, clearly explaining the nature and purpose of the body part or system represented.
10. Miller Levine Biology 2010 Core Student Edition Grade 9/10
Author: by Savvas Learning Co
Savvas Learning Co
This is the Core Edition of this series-please make sure you want the Core Edition-this has Five units-Plus Visual Guide:Diversity of Life- total of 19 Chapters
11. My First Book of My Body: Discover how your body works with 35 fun projects and experiments
Author: by Susan Akass
35 step-by-step activities to inform children about the workings of the human body. 35 step-by-step activities to inform children about the workings of the human body. This fascinating and informative book offers children an amazing insight into how their body works. Susan Akass and Frances Butcher make learning fun with 35 engaging experiments that give a thorough understanding of body systems and anatomy.
In Chapter 1, The Senses, activities include finding your blind spot, getting dizzy, and making snot! In Chapter 2, The Control Center, children get to test their reflexes and memories, and trick their brain with optical illusions. In Chapter 3, Your Skeleton and Muscles, they can investigate their muscles, joints, and ligaments.
Chapter 4, Fueling the Machine, explains why teeth are vulnerable to a bad diet and includes how to make a digestive system, including the poop! In Chapter 5, All Systems Go, there’s fantastic fake blood, pulse-testing, and how to make a simple stethoscope.
12. The Third Chimpanzee for Young People: On the Evolution and Future of the Human Animal (For Young People Series)
Author: by Rebecca Stefoff
At some point during the last 100,000 years, humans began exhibiting traits and behavior that distinguished us from other animals, eventually creating language, art, religion, bicycles, spacecraft, and nuclear weaponsall within a heartbeat of evolutionary time. Now, faced with the threat of nuclear weapons and the effects of climate change, it seems our innate tendencies for violence and invention have led us to a crucial fork in our road.
Where did these traits come from? Are they part of our species immutable destiny? Or is there hope for our species’ future if we change? With fascinating facts and his unparalleled readability, Diamond intended his book to improve the world that today’s young people will inherit.
Triangle Square’s The Third Chimpanzee for Young People is a book for future generation and the future they’ll help build.
13. Fourth Down and Inches: Concussions and Football's Make-or-Break Moment
Author: by Carla Killough McClafferty
Carolrhoda Books ®
When the 1905 football season ended, nineteen players were dead and countless others were critically injured. The public was outraged. The game had reached a make-or-break momentfourth down and inches. Coaches, players, fans, and even the president of the United States had one last chance: change football or leave the field.
Football’s defenders managed to move the chains. Rule changes and reforms after 1905 saved the game and cleared the way for it to become America’s most popular sport. But they didn’t fix everything. Today, football faces a new injury crisis as dire as 1905’s.
With increased awareness about brain injury, reported concussions are on the rise among football players. But experts fear concussions may only be the tip of the iceberg. The injuries are almost invisible, but the stakes couldn’t be higher: the brains of millions of young football players across the country.
Award-winning author Carla Killough McClafferty takes readers on a bone-crunching journey from football’s origins to the latest research on concussion and traumatic brain injuries in the sport. Fourth Down and Inches features exclusive photography and interviews with scientists, players, and the families of athletes who have literally given everything to the game.
14. The Book of Blood: From Legends and Leeches to Vampires and Veins
Author: by HP Newquist
Winner of the Magnolia Award HP Newquist takes young readers on an engaging tour of the world of blood, from ancient history to modern sciencewith an occasional trip to the very strange side of the most important tissue in our bodies.
Oddly enough, scientists began to understand this fascinating fluid only within the past one hundred years and how its microscopic components nourish the entire body. Whether the tales of vampires, medieval medical practices, and Mayan sacrificial rites captivate or terrify, this comprehensive investigation into blood’s past and present will surely enthrall.
And if this account is a little bloodcurdling, well, that’s half the fun!
15. A Really Short History of Nearly Everything
Author: by Bill Bryson
Puffin (October 29, 2020)
Perfect for ages 8 to 80! Adapted from A Short History of Nearly Everything, this stunningly illustrated book from Bill Bryson takes us from the Big Bang to the dawn of science, and everything in between! Ever wondered how we got from nothing to something?
Or thought about how we can weigh the earth? Or wanted to reach the edge of the universe? Uncover the mysteries of time, space and life on earth in this extraordinary book – a journey from the centre of the planet, to the dawn of the dinosaurs, and everything in between.
And discover our own incredible journey, from single cell to civilisation, including the brilliant (and sometimes very bizarre) scientists who helped us find out the how and why. The ideal book for curious young readers everywhere. Reviews for A Short History of Nearly Everything:’It’s the sort of book I would have devoured as a teenager.
It might well turn unsuspecting young readers into scientists.’ Evening Standard’I doubt that a better book for the layman about the findings of modern science has been written’ Sunday Telegraph ‘A thoroughly enjoyable, as well as educational, experience. Nobody who reads it will ever look at the world around them in the same way again’ Daily Express ‘The very book I have been looking for most of my life’ Daily Mail
16. Not Very Intelligent Design: On the origin, creation and evolution of the theory of intelligent design
Author: by Neel Ingman
10 amazing things concerning this book -The Intelligent Designer created reading glasses so that all humans could read this book. Humans need haircuts. Cat hair stops growing at exactly the right length. Humans have butt crack hair because the Intelligent Designer decided that your bottom would be too hygienic and too easy to clean without it.
Humans sometimes choke to death.Dolphins don’t. They have a separate breathing tube. Humans who seriously believe in creation theory will not enjoy this book. The bit in this book about an amputee soldier who loses his second hand in a blender whilst on a bender in Bali may contain traces of fiction.
The Intelligent Designer decided that human limbs should not regrow after amputation. Salamanders on the other hand… The bit about a poop in a public pool that leads to mass murder may not be completely true. If you believe that God’s on your side, don’t read this book.
The Intelligent Designer created special, lethal diseases which are transmitted during acts of procreation. Mysterious or perverse?