This isn't the usual type of book that I would read aloud to kids at the library, but here's why I like it. The children featured in the photographs are adorable (toothless, toothy, bespectacled, goofy, sweet and culturally diverse), but more intriguing are the cartoon depictions of the body's internal structures, superimposed over previously mentioned adorable children. The concept of ear canals, nasal passages and the like are easier to grasp when they can be seen in the familiar setting of a friendly face. Additionally, the very simple, large-print text makes this a book that one might even excerpt during storytime. The pages thick and sturdy. There's an index and a glossary.
My Body comes with a free digital companion book, that may or may not be useful to you, depending on your circumstances. The book is part of Scholastic's Discover More series. On the one hand, I really like it. On the other hand, it's one more in a constantly expanding realm of beginning readers with ambiguous designations (Emergent Reader 4+, Confident Reader 6+, Expert Reader 9+). For the record, My Body is an "Emergent Reader." Thankfully, the age suggestions are not written on the book itself.
Overall, it's fresh. It's new, and it's eye-catching. I like it.