The Tooth Book

The Tooth Book
by Dr. Suess (1 – 3 years)

Explore all the things teeth can do, how they grow, and how to keep them in tip top shape! Dr. Seuss’s rhymes will delight young readers and help them discover the world around them, starting with their own bodies!

Smelly Melly

Smelly Melly: Personal Hygiene for Kids and Little Monsters by Tony Densley & Niki Palmer (2 – 8 years)

Smelly Melly: Personal Hygiene for Kids and Little Monsters takes children and their parents on a fun, informative journey as Smelly Melly learns different ways to become a clean and happy Monster who makes lots of new friends.

The Care and Keeping of You 2

The Care and Keeping of You 2 by Cara Natterson, illustrated by Josee Masse
(9 – 11 years)

This book guides readers through growing up, answering questions about periods, your growing body, peer pressure, personal care, and more!

Super Pooper and Whizz Kid

POTTY POWER! Super Pooper and Whizz Kid by Sabrina Moyle, illustrated by Eunice Moyle (2 – 3 years)

From that first rumble in the bumble to that moment the potty is full of number one or number two, Super Pooper and Whizz Kid guide essential potty-training moments, ending with the all-important triumphant: the big-kid underpants dance!

Pig the Stinker

Pig the Stinker by Aaron Blabey (2 – 6 years)

Pig likes to be smelly, so he rolls around in the garbage, laps up spoiled milk, tracks dirty paw prints all over the house, and even sticks his head in the toilet! But enough is enough! Pig’s owner tries to get him to take a bath, but Pig refuses!

Our Bodies, Ourselves

Women’s Bodies,
Women’s Wisdom
by Christiane Northrup M.D.

Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom covers the entire range of women’s health—from the first menstrual period through menopause.


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