The book list provided below is a good resource for you when doing research for homework assignments or specific class topics. The books are organized by groups for easy reference. Simply click on the book title link to view additional information.
by Joanna Cole Year Published:A close-up look at how human bodies get energy from food by Carolyn Phelan Year Published:From the publisher
The diner's cheerful waiter serves as the narrator, explaining the process of digestion step-by-step.
by Melvin Berger Year Published:What makes you sneeze? Why is it so hard to get rid of hiccups, or to hold back a yawn? Find the answer to these and lots of other questions about reflexes. Also learn lots of easy experiments to try on your friends.
by Deborah M. Moss Year Published:A way to explain Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to preschool or primary aged children
by Erk Jon Slangerup Year Published:
Fister Farnello loves dirt! And when his mom tries to make him take a bath, he escapes to the woods, only to meet someone who hasn't bathed in a long time. He learns the importance of good hygiene in a fun way.
by Melvin Berger Year Published:
One day you feel fine; the next day your throat hurts, your head aches and you have a fever. You have caught a germ. Find out why some germs cause illness and how your body fights them off to make you well again.
by Lind Walvoord Girard Year Published: by Fred Rogers Year Published:
"What will the doctor be like? What will happen to me? Will it hurt?" These are some of the concerns children may have before a trip to the doctor. This book looks at doctors' appointments from the waiting room to going home, transforming a potentially confusing experience into a child's participation in his or her own health care.
by Laura Slap-Shelton and Lawrence Shapiro Year Published:
Discover a number of useful techniques for dealing with stressful situations. This book features a definition of stress, how to recognize stress, how to deal with stress, tips for living a low-stress life and advice for parents on how to help their children deal with stress.