Series: Food Guide Pyramid

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The Dairy Group (Food Guide Pyramid) by Helen Frost
Drinking Water (Food Guide Pyramid) by Helen Frost
Eating Right (Food Guide Pyramid) by Helen Frost
Fats, Oils, and Sweets (Food Guide Pyramid) by Helen Frost
The Fruit Group (Food Guide Pyramid) by Frost
The Grain Group (Food Guide Pyramid) by Helen Frost
The Meat and Protein Group (Food Guide Pyramid) by Frost
The Vegetable Group (Food Guide Pyramid) by Helen Frost

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  1. The Muscular System (Human Body Systems) by Helen Frost (2001)
  2. Keep Clean: A Look at Hygiene (Your Health) by Katie Bagley (2002)
  3. A Look at China (Our World) by Helen Frost (2000)
  4. We Like to Eat Well by Elyse April (2007)
  5. You Are What You Eat (Early Science Big Books/Big Book) by Melvin Berger (1994)
  6. Eating Right (The Real Deal) by Barbara Sheen (2008)
  7. MyPlate and You (Pebble Plus: Health and Your Body) by Gillia M. Olson (2012)
  8. Halloween (Pebble Books: Holidays and Celebrations) by Mari C. Schuh (2002)
  9. Autumn (Pebble Books: Seasons) by Gail Saunders-Smith (1998)
  10. A Cold Day (What Kind of Day Is It) by Lola M. Schaefer (1999)
  11. Grandmother (Pebble Books: Families) by Lola M. Schaefer (1999)
  12. Healthy Eating (QED Looking After Me) by Claire Llewellyn (2006)
  13. The Vegetable Group (Pebble Plus: Healthy Eating with MyPyramid) by Mari C. Schuh (2006)
  14. A Balanced Diet (Acorn Read-Aloud: Healthy Eating With MyPlate) by Catherine Veitch (2012)
  15. Fuel the Body: Eating Well (How to Be Healthy!) by Amanda Doering Tourville (2009)

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