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Saturday, May 23, 2020

Hit the Suds! Go Wash Up by Amanda Doering Tourville

Nobody wants to be sick.

WASHING YOUR BODY REMOVES DIRT AND GEMS THAT MAKE YOU SICK.

THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO KEEP CLEAN.

WITH SOAP AND WARM WATER, OWEN WASHES HIS HANDS BEFORE HE EATS.

He makes sure his nails are clean. And he rub-a-dub-dubs in the tub and scrubs from top to bottom. And Owen is old enough to know how to shampoo his hair, too.

Every night and morning Owen know what else to do.
HE BRUSHES HIS TEETH FOR TWO MINUTES. THEN HE FLOSSES.

Owen puts on clean clothes every day, including underwear. Clean clothes can help keep him from getting germs. And covering his face with a tissue when he coughs and sneezes keeps him from spreading germs that can make others sick.

In her easy-reading Go Wash Up: Keeping Clean (How to Be Healthy!) (Picture Window Books) offers even the youngest children the basic ways to keep healthy by keeping clean, illustrated by Ronnie Rooney's cheerful artwork appealing to preschoolers The author appends a short bibliography and index. Other simple human health and hygiene helpers in this series are Get Up and Go: Being Active (How to Be Healthy!) and Fuel the Body: Eating Well (How to Be Healthy!)

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