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How does soap clean your hands? : the science behind healthy habits —Hayes, Madeline J., author.

"This fully illustrated picture book explores the science behind basic health habits including hand washing, appropriate ways to cough and sneeze, how medicines work, and the importance of a healthy diet and exercise thr...

Uh oh! gotta go! : potty tales from toddlers —McGrath, Bob, 1939-

Twenty-seven vignettes showing a variety of experiences of many different children during the toilet training process.

The book of no worries : a survival guide for growing up —Cox, Lizzie, author.

This essential guide covers a all the worries and anxieties that a young person may face while growing up. Whether it's problems at school, relationship woes, the non-stop pressure of social media, body image issues or t...

Be Well! : a hero's guide to a healthy mind and body —Olson, Elsie, 1986- author.

Be well! Did you know you have superpowers? These powers help you care for your mind and body! Learn all about wellness. Find out why fresh air, healthy foods, and exercise are important. Discover how to keep your mind s...

Dinosaurs alive and well! : a guide to good health —Brown, Laurene Krasny.

Presents, in simple text and illustrations, advice on nutrition, exercise, relationships with friends and family, and ways of dealing with stress.

The busy body book : a kid's guide to fitness —Rockwell, Lizzy.

An introduction to the human body, how it functions, and how children can contribute to their own good health and fitness by being physically active and eating appropriate foods.

Be a virus warrior! : a kid's guide to keeping safe —Macgregor, Eloise, author.

As the COVID-19 pandemic has spread around the world, it's left many adults and children searching for answers about how they can stay safe. By focusing on facts presented in a relatable way rather than fear, this illust...

Start now! : you can make a difference —Clinton, Chelsea, author.

"A book about issues in the world and what kids can do to help solve them. Topics include: health, bullying, and the environment"-- Provided by publisher.

Splish! Splosh! Why do we wash? —Lobb, Janice.

Explains the importance of bathing and showering and examines the scientific principles that can be demonstrated during such activities. Includes experiments.

Staying safe in emergencies —Nelson, Robin, 1971-

Introduces the reader to different types of emergencies and what to do in each case.

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