5 Stars By Anonymous on 2014-11-16
Awesome anatomy coloring book!
Wow..I love this book!! It took me months to decide whether to get this one or Kapit and Elson's coloring book. I tried a couple of coloring in Kapit's but I finally settled on this one, and am very pleased. I prefer this book - the book is well organized, the main points (key words) are bolded. The text is MUCH clearer. The Information about muscle origin, insertion, innervation, action are neatly organized into tables. There are a couple of other tables as well - Ligaments and attachments, features and characteristics for various organ systems....etc. The images are much clearer and less busy. While it's true that the margins of each anatomical feature are not as well delineated as Kapit's book, I find this to be less important, since in the body (cadaver or real) there isn't necessarily a line to separate out the features anyways. You can always double check with your anatomy book or an atlas. Some of the features are only named by number on the coloring page, which I use as a quiz for myself. Overall, great addition for studying anatomy! Thank you Dr. Hansen. Happy Coloring!
5 Stars By Vanessa A. Trevino on 2014-06-04
Great book for those going Into the medical field careers to brush up on the anatomy. I like the descriptions that come along with the labeling and coloring.
5 Stars By Rebecca on 2017-11-23
Great for solidifying information
I used this for my A&P class during college and it was super helpful. If you’re like me and love color coding things and love being organized, then you’ll love this product. It helps you to focus on the information while having fun coloring.
5 Stars By Crystal.H on 2016-07-21
This is a good book to I prefer the Anatomy coloring book by ...
This is a good book to I prefer the Anatomy coloring book by Wynn Kapit but Netters is good as well it has more clear defined lines that the previously mentioned but still a good book and very detailed I liked both so I use both it works especially when it comes to taking lab test and finals with identification of the human body yes it works.
5 Stars By Tara Giest on 2017-10-17
I was very skeptical of a coloring book actually helping with Biology. I can not believe how much this has helped my understand of anonomy. Highly recommend.
5 Stars By katie bakken on 2016-08-30
This is adult coloring at it's best. LOL Riveting details
Can't put it down. This is adult coloring at it's best. LOL Riveting details, and all the gore you can handle.
3 Stars By Elizabeth Morrison on 2016-11-11
It is a good coloring book
It is a good coloring book, but does not have as many tables and info that i would like
5 Stars By Emilee on 2016-02-11
Loved this. I bought this for my anatomy class, it wasn't required but I figured it would help me learn the bones and muscles and etc a lot easier, and I was pleasantly surprised. The book comes with detailed lessons along side of the ones you color, which is super cool. For the price, you'd be silly to pass this up.
5 Stars By Emily Garcia on 2016-02-29
I am using this book to review before taking anatomy in PT school. It is great to be able to read a small paragraph with important info before each section. I enjoy trying to identify structures from different views and coloring them when I get it correct. I definitely recommend using colored pencils.
5 Stars By Lauren on 2015-09-28
great way to learn!
While the fact that the images are labeled strangely is a little off putting, the book itself is a nice visual aid for studying. The pictures are well illustrated and detailed. The only thing I dislike is that all the labeling in on the page prior to the image. I absolutely love the concept of coloring to aid in memorizing. So very enjoyable!