How to Read Gray’s Anatomy: The Basics
New York, NY – August 14, 2018 – The Gray’s anatomy book is the most popular of all textbooks for elementary and middle school students, and it’s now available for rent.
The paperback is available for $7.99 on Amazon, while the e-book is $3.99.
The Grays Anatomy textbook is published by Gray’s book company and the publisher is also publishing a new edition for kindergarten.
“The book is widely regarded as the textbook that every child needs,” said Susan H. Gray, president and chief executive officer of Gray’s.
“It provides information about the anatomy and physiology of the human body and teaches important skills like drawing, reading and writing.”
The Gray series was first published in 1873 by the publisher of the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, and is still widely read today.
Gray’s said it was the first to introduce students to the fundamentals of anatomy and biology.
“We believe that it’s important to be able to understand the basics of biology and anatomy and that all students need to be exposed to this,” said H.C. Gray.
The books were originally published by John Wiley & Sons in the late 19th century and have become an iconic part of the school’s curriculum.
“This is a great opportunity for children to learn how to read and understand the anatomy of their body, which is important for the health of their brains and their ability to think,” said Dr. Robert H. Hagen, chairman of the department of pediatrics at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
“Students learn to read, to think and to solve problems and this book is one of the best ways to do it.”
Gray’s has been offering textbooks for free since 2010, when it started offering a new Gray’s edition, which also includes new illustrations and illustrations of other medical topics.
The company says it is the largest seller of textbooks in the U.S. for preschoolers.
Grays first edition, published in 1899, has been out of print since then.
In 2016, Gray’s changed the name of the series to Gray’s Biology.
Gray said he had been working with the authors to make the new edition more accessible to students.
“I know that there are some who will find it challenging to get the books on the Internet, and we apologize for that,” he said.
“However, we are confident that our books will be popular.”
For more on the Gray’s series, see our Gray’s History of the Book series, the Grays Encyclopedia of Biology, and the Gray family website.