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Why Should I Eat Well? by Claire Llewellyn
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teaches kids good eating habits and the importance of maintaining a healthy diet throughout their growing phases. Ages 9-12
  Anad00 | Jun 1, 2018 |
This book is suppose to show children why eating healthy is good for the body's overall growth. It tells the benefits that eating healthy or "reasonable" has on them when they exercise and all. It has funny pictures to help them see and sense what it would be like if they didn't
Age: 3-5
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  JsMom18 | Mar 15, 2018 |
This is an adorable story about a girl and her friend Rachel who learn to eat healthy. The narrator who's named Monica (a young girl) talks about how she didn't eat healthy at first, how her family, friends, and community tried to create healthier options for her. Rachel shares with Monica everything that a poor diet can cause and how to become more healthy.
  kjordaan16 | Mar 3, 2018 |
A young girl and her friend Rachel learn how to eat healthy foods. Before meeting Rachel, Monica used to only eat unhealthy, like chocolate pudding. But Monica introduced her to healthy eating and explained to her why she should eat healthy foods. Rachel showed her what could happen if she has lots of sugary drinks, or too many burgers.
Ages: 3-5 years
Source: Sumner Pierce County Library
  Gillianleone17 | Feb 19, 2018 |
Boys and girls discover the importance of eating sensibly and keeping to a balanced diet.
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4-5 yrs
  Shasta84 | Dec 4, 2017 |
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Boys and girls discover the importance of eating sensibly and keeping to a balanced diet. They learn that good eating habits are important for health and fitness. Titles in the enlightening and entertaining Why Should I? series of picture storybooks answer questions that younger boys and girls are likely to ask about a wide range of topics. Part of every child's development consists of asking questions about themselves, their friends and neighbors, and their surroundings. Why Should I? books help them discover good answers. Kids will be attracted by the amusing color illustrations on every page, and parents and teachers will appreciate the note at the back of each book offering further suggestions on answering children's questions.

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Monica's new friend, Rachel, teaches her the importance of eating a healthy diet.

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