It is a rare biology teacher who can present the cell as an interesting unit. Worse yet, there is seldom time to cover all the many facets of structure and function essential to a grasp of biological and chemical principles. This book, in five short chapters, does a month of teaching. From the definition of the cell and a description of its parts it goes on to discuss its chemistry in various parts of the body. The approach used is short questions followed by complete answers. The author has done You and Your Senses and Lifeline: The Story of Your Circulatory System. Seen without photographs and drawings by Henri A. Fluchere.