Looking After Me: How Do We Move by Sally Morgan, Ian K. Smith
  

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Looking After Me: How Do We Move by Sally Morgan, Ian K. Smith

Discover why you have bones, how muscles are used and why it's important to excerise in this essential new title How many legs do we use for hopping? Where in your body is your spine? Discover this and much more in this essential title from QED. This inspiring new series from QED will help young readers learn how to look after their bodies as well as preparing them for first experiences such as going to the doctor or dentist. Healthy eating, personal hygiene and the importance of exercise are all explained in easy-to-understand terms. The clear and simple sentences will encourage reading skills and ensure even reluctant readers finish the whole book. Each page is bursting with colourful photographs and exciting images that perfectly illustrate and reinforce the text. The Looking After Me series includes: Keeping Healthy: 978-1-78171-549-9 How Do we Move: 978-1-78171-550-5 Going to the Doctor: 978-1-78171-551-2 Going to the Dentist: 978-1-78171-552-9

About the Author

SALLY MORGAN is an experienced freelance author and consultant, writing mostly children's non-fiction books on natural history, environment, sciences and geography. She has written more than 250 titles to date.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Sally Morgan, Ian K. Smith
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Publisher

QED Publishing
www.qed-publishing.co.uk/

Publication date

2nd June 2014

ISBN

9781781715505


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