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Inside In X-Rays of Nature's Hidden World

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By: Jan Paul Schutten(Author), Arie van 't Riet(Illustrator), Laura Watkinson(Translated by)
136 pages, colour & b/w photos
Publisher: Greystone Books
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Discover nature’s secret world with this amazing collection of X-ray photographs of animals and plants! Using incredible X-ray techniques, Inside In displays creatures and their natural habitats in a never-before-seen way. Kids will learn the awesome answers to questions like:
- What does a bee look like under its furry coat?
- How does a seahorse protect itself with armour and a skeleton?
- How does a tree frog use its eyes to swallow?

This visually stunning and highly original book is perfect for keeping kids engaged during home-schooling and online learning:
- X-ray images are cool and fun to look at!
- Simple text helps kids understand the animals and plants in each image.
- Pops of neon colours make animals and plants come to life.

Originally published in Dutch in 2017 as Binnenstebinnen: Röntgenfoto's van Dieren.



Age Level: 5 to 10 years

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Jan Paul Schutten has been writing children's nonfiction books since 2003. His books are popular and critically acclaimed; he has won several awards including the Gouden Griffel (Golden Stylus) for his book Children of Amsterdam.

Arie van ’t Riet is a Dutch artist and medical physicist who uses X-ray equipment to create "bioramas" – X-ray portraits of animals and plants. While teaching the physics of radiation and radiation safety, he became interested in the application of low-energy X-rays to capture delicate objects. Arie van ’t Riet is "inspired by the unbelievable beauty of nature... and its wonderful complexity."

Popular Science New
By: Jan Paul Schutten(Author), Arie van 't Riet(Illustrator), Laura Watkinson(Translated by)
136 pages, colour & b/w photos
Publisher: Greystone Books
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