Good habits form early; bad ones are hard to change. Stressing prevention, each title in the Living Well series calmly teaches children how to avoid accidents or health problems--while swimming, in a fire, or through proper sleep and hygiene routines. The series also explains chronic illnesses many children face, including diabetes and asthma. A frequently asked question-and-answer section and detailed sidebars help young readers understand the importance of staying safe and healthy throughout their lives.--
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