Your Skin and Mine (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
By Paul Showers HarperCollins, 1991
ISBN: 006445102X Ages: 4–8
Why do people have different-colored skin? How does a cut heal and go away? Why do we need to use sunscreen? This colorful book for K-3 students introduces the structure and function of skin in an engaging, child-friendly way.
Your Skin Holds You In
By Becky Baines National Geographic Children's Books, 2010
ISBN: 1426306242 Ages: 5–8
All about the importance of our skin — how it works and what it can do to benefit our health. This early reader book includes fun pictures. Great facts about human skin and other animals' skin will keep you interested.
The Skin You Live In
By Michael Tyler Chicago Children's Museum, 2005
ISBN: 0975958003 Ages: 4–8
A rhyming book for young children about the different colors of skin found all over the world. Great way to share the differences in all of our skin colors.
Skin: The Bare Facts
By Lori Bergamotto Zest Books, 2010
ISBN: 0980073251 Ages: 12 and up
This book will be of particular interest to adolescents. The author discusses skin composition, skin types, skin care, and skin challenges in a well-researched, understandable manner.
101 Questions About Skin That Got Under Your Skin . . . Until Now
By Faith Hickman Brynie 21st Century, 1999
ISBN: 0761312598 Ages: 10 and up
A serious look at skin for older kids, covering everything from sunburn to cancer and pimples.
Skin (Body Works)
By Shannon Caster Powerkids Press, 2010
ISBN: 1435893670 Ages: 7—11
Skin is an important organ in the body. What better way to tell about this amazing body covering than with great images and highly motivating text. Just right for kids in the elementary grades.
Skin: The Largest Organ in the Body (Biology Books for Kids)
By Baby Professor Baby Professor, 2017
ISBN: 1541938895 Ages: 8—12
Discover the integumentary system. Learn how skin works in conjunction with other organs of the body, and how it functions to protect our deeper body parts, regulate temperature, and provide a home for our sensory receptors.
Your Amazing Skin From Outside In
By Joanne Settel Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2018
ISBN: 1481422055 Ages: 8—12
This terrific book for middle-grade readers features funny rhymes, cartoon illustrations, and a wealth of information on everything from skin layers to freckles to fingerprints. A fascinating exploration of the science behind all that the skin does, by an award-winning science author.