Eating Well

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PowerKids Press, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Eating well has always been important, but it is even more so now that childhood obesity has become a veritable epidemic. Young readers will learn about the food groups and why its important to choose healthy foods over things that areunfortunatelymore readily available and lacking nutrients. Activities allow readers to test their new knowledge and to become stewards of healthy eating.

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Robyn Hardyman is an experienced writer and editor of nonfiction for children. She has a degree in history from Oxford University and her expertise covers all the humanities subjects. In her writing career, she has authored books on a wide range of topics, including biographies of prominent figures from the past, geography, history, and art.

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