Closeups of cells and nerves and skeletal structures make up the body of this illustrated human anatomy book for children, although not every one of the fine drawings by Ian T. Morison is at a microscopic level. For your enjoyment I present some of the illustrations full page size, and then at a microscopic level, details of the pages themselves. That is, through the amazing technology of scanner and photo crop tool, we can delve into the smallest detail of the ink color, line and typography of the page itself.
The Human Body, detail p. 17
The Human Body. Page 21. Detail of blood cell.
For more on the Puffin Picture Books including more images and a wonderful essay see this post on the blog Quad Royal