Too Many Sweets! Learn from Lena and Larry by Margaret Anne Harvey
  

Synopsis

Too Many Sweets! Learn from Lena and Larry by Margaret Anne Harvey

Lena and Larry are friends who live next door to one another with their parents. Lena is slim and active and she likes to eat fruit and vegetables. Larry likes to drink fizzy pop and he eats too many sweets! Oh dear! Larry is getting very chubby and he feels too tired to go out and play with his friend. This lovely little book will show children the effects of not eating healthily and not taking enough exercise - they can learn from Lena and Larry.

About the Author

Margaret Anne Harvey, known as Anne, is a full-time carer for her only daughter, who has been disabled with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME) since 1990. Anne has done much research into this debilitating illness. She has also done much research into the sightings of strange UFO triangular lights, and this has led to some magical and terrifying experiences. She has written two books and produced two video films on these amazing lights, which are known worldwide. Anne has now written a number of children's books, and in this latest book she hopes to encourage children to lead a healthy lifestyle.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Margaret Anne Harvey
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Publication date

31st July 2013

ISBN

9780722342923


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