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Toe Tagged: True Stories From The Morgue (24/7: Science Behind the Scenes)

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- Background information to build content-area knowledge including: Scientific timelines, words to know, job descriptions, and seminal cases
- Chapter Summaries and questions that recap the evidence: You're The Medical Examiner
- Reading Cues and Clues: Prompts, call-outs, highlighted words, diagrams, and primary sources
- Field Guides and Tools: Bone Guides, Parasite Guides,
Published 2007 by Children's Press(CT) (first published 2006)
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A really interesting non fiction book about forensics for the middle grade level. I think this would be highly popular in my library. Will add it to the list to consider buying! Great for STEM!
the book toe tagged is a good book to read. there is a lot of nice stories in that book and tell you how they find all those dead bodies
Jamie Real
this is a very interesting book because its about mystery and criminal cases.
THis book was good i learned thing i probably would never learn if i didn't read this book it was very interest kind of gross but over all i would recommend this book if someone wanted to read it.
Snail in Danger (Sid) Nicolaides
This is a fairly good introduction. It's not gruesome, beyond the inherent morbidness of the topic. It includes a picture of a set of autopsy tools/implements.
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