Draw the Human body: Organs. Most recent cover.

Our first book in the Anatomy Disguised as Fun series, Draw the Human Body: Organs is progressing. We hope to have it out in July. Sorry, it looks like we probably won’t make the June date.

“Will it be fun?”

“Are you kidding me? Talking organs, poems, newscasts, cartoons, memes, the organ pavilion, true love.”

“True love?”

“Okay not true love, but all that other stuff.”

“What about drawings?”

“Are you kidding me? The heart, the kidneys, the brain, the eye, the ear, the lungs, the intestines, the spleen, the skin and more!”

“Instructions?”

“Are you kidding me? Red lines, straight lines, curved lines, circles, squares (maybe not squares) and more.”

“It doesn’t sound too bad. I’ll try to stay awake.”

“Oh, thank you very much. That’s very nice of you. Your vote of confidence is overwhelming. All right. Draw the Human Body: Organs by Glen and Kristin Draeger. ‘Organs. The body is amazing. All things considered it doesn’t really need a lot of maintenance.’ Isn’t that a wonderful beginning?”

Draw the Human Body: Organs. The professor shows us how the eye works.

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