Synopses & Reviews
The mysteries of sneezes, sunburns, itches, toothaches, and more are solved in this colorful series about the human body. Accessible questions and fascinating facts introduce the reader to how the human body works, what can go wrong with it, and how it repairs itself.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 31) and index.
Why is it bad to chew on pens and pencils? How often should you wash your hands? How do germs spread? Smart kids who want to stay healthy will follow the advice in this book. Avoid illness, nits, athlete's foot, warts, head lice, and more with the tips in this book.
Table of Contents
Why is dirt bad for my body? --Why do my feet smell? --Why do I need to brush my teeth? --How do germs spread? --Why should I wash my hands? --Do only athletes get athlete's foot? --How do you catch plantar warts? --How do you get nits? --Why do I have regular medical check-ups?