Rookie Read About Health - Set of 10

Rookie Read About Health - Set of 10
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    Author: Various
    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: Scholastic
    Series: Rookie Read About Health
    Ages: 7 to 10
    Size: 5¼ X 4¾
    Total Pages: 32
    For Grades: 1 to 4
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    Rookie Read-About Health series will teach young readers about their bones, how they taste, food safety, and so much more! With colorful pictures and short easy-to-read sentences, this series is a must have for beginning readers.


    Inside— You Have Healthy Bones!

     

    Each book includes:

    • Full-color Photographs
    • Words You Know
    • Index

    Titles include:


    Food Safety

    Teaches kids about the importance of preparing and storing foods we eat to maintain good health.


    Pinkeye

    Simple text explains what pink eye is, how it spreads, and common treatments for this eye infection.


    Take Care of Your Eyes

    Explains how eyes work and the different ways they can be protected.


    Tasting

    Introduces the sense of taste and discusses how we taste the things we eat.


    You Have Head Lice!

    Looks at head lice and explains how they spread and common treatments.


    You Have Healthy Bones!

    Shows what bones do for the body and how bones grow, discussing injuries and ways to keep your bones healthy.


    Earaches

    This book talks about what earaches are, what causes them, and ways to prevent them.


    Fats, Oils, and Sweets

    Describes what foods fall into the fats, oils, and sweets group and why one shouldn't eat them often.


    Fruits and Vegetables

    Explains how fruits and vegetables are different, why they are nutritious, and how many servings of each to eat in a day.


    Grains

    Discusses what grains are, what foods are made of grain, and why grains are so nutritious