Well, this one is pretty fun to read First things first, this book is suitable for those who wanted something science y without it being to bland or boring. It blends humor and things around us to explain about human body with no complexity , yet still can be understood The writing is easy, no hard words and overall it matches the main theme of the book Not to mention that it s a short book, pretty easy to read overall. Absolutely brilliant Love her style of writing and bringing in evolutionary reasons as why parts of the body forms. S The First Great Mystery Where Did You Come From How Did Your Cells Know What To Build What Are Bones Made From When Did Your Eyes Start Working, And What Did They See Join Katharina Vestre On An Adventure To Relive Your Very First Moments From Your First Cell To Your First Breath, This Is Your Story As You Have Never Heard It BeforeDid You Know That It Took Three Attempts To Make Your Kidneys Or That Tiny Twirling Hairs On [Katharina Vestre] Î Det første mysteriet: historien om deg - før du ble født [zombies PDF] Ebook Epub Download Ò Your Back Showed Your Other Organs Where To Go Or That Hiccups Are Probably A Legacy From Our Ancient, Underwater Ancestors With The Help Of Some Cutting Edge Science And A Wry Sense Of Humour, Vestre Reveals All This And Like How Sperm Know Which Way To Swim Why Sex And Gender Are Complicated Than One Might Think What You Have In Common With Every Living Being, And Why You Are UniqueSet Off On A True Voyage Of Discovery Through An Inner Universe Whose Secrets We Are Still Unravelling A Miniature Drama Of Cosmic Significance, This Is The Amazing Story Of How You Became You I love babies and children I think they are the most entertaining creatures on the planet I still remember the stories told in the book This Is Going To Hurt by Adam Kay, he is a doctor who specialises in childbirth So many horrendous and beautiful stories were told in that book and I was drawn to The Making of You to learnin depth about baby development This book dumbs down complicated, scientific processes of the reproductive system, fertilisation and baby development and forms them into a story It s not your typical baby book, it gives really cool side notes and comparisons about how cells, receptors and DNA work, and makes it really easy to understand Really enjoyable, would recommend ☆ Det første mysteriet: historien om deg - før du ble født ☆ I read my copy in Russian It is such fun and informative book I did learn a little bit of cool information that I can use in the future I am going to recommend this book to all of my friends I read it in a day and might read it again soon Easy reading for people who want to know how do humans form from the very first day until the official first day. Een leuk boek Niet alleen van toepassing voor zwangere vrouwen die meer willen weten over hun ongeboren kind, maar ook voor iedereen die al klein beetje interesse heeft in embryologie. Veldig interessant og lettlesen, og forfattaren har ei god stemme Imellom blir det s lettlese og munnleg at eg lurer p om boka eigentleg er for barn Den er g veldig kort, og mange av kapitla er s korte at dei ikkje kjennest fullstendige Eg sit igjen med veldig mange sp rsm l, men det er heller p grunn av mangel p informasjon enn at det er utfordrande lese Skulle g nske at mangfaldet til menneska hadde f tt plass berre in intersex tilstand kjem opp i kj nnskapittelet, og det er til d mes aldri nemnt at ikkje alle livr sit i kvinner Hadde boka berre hatt meir kj t p beinet ville eg elska den, men eg l rte nokre nye ting og hadde ein fin ettermiddag med den.
Hea lugemine, aga samas kohati ikkagi liiga keeruline Kuigi autor p dis teemat edasi anda v imalikult lihtsalt ja paljude n idetega Igatahes on he inimelu areng limega keeruline ja m stiline. Jeg er 100% objektiv og gir denne boka fem stjerner 3. 5 This is a sprightly layman s guide to genetics and embryology, written by a University of Oslo biosciences doctoral research fellow Addressed in the second person, as the title suggests, the book traces your development from the sperm Leeuwenhoek studied under a microscope up to labor and delivery Vestre looks at all the major organs and the five senses and discusses what can go wrong along with the normal quirks of the body I learned all kinds of bizarre facts For instance, did you know that sperm have a sense of smell And that until the 1960s pregnancy tests involved the death of a mouse or rabbit Who knew that babies can remember flavors and sounds experienced in utero Vestre compares human development wi
About The Author
Katharina Vestre 1992 er stipendiat ved Institutt for biovitenskap, Universitetet i Oslo Hun har skrevet popul rvitenskapelige artikler for tidsskriftet Argument, Aftenposten Viten og Forskningsr dets nettsider for barn og unge Nysgjerrigper.no.