Where does food go? Why do parents...
Where does food go? Why do parents always say it is necessary to eat a little of everything? In this book, through attractive illustrations and very simple text, young children can find answers to the many questions they often ask.
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|Dimensions (cm) :||22 (H) x 22 (W) x 0.2 (D) x 0.13kg|
|Author :||Nuria Roca|
|Type :||Glossy Cover (Paperback)|
Moms and dads quickly discover that very young kids are naturally curious about their bodies. Here's a cheerfully illustrated book that parents and kids can look at and read together. Its words and pictures present the human body in a way that will make sense to toddlers.
They start by finding out that they began life inside their mom's belly. Next, they discover their legs, arms, and hands, for walking, running, and picking things up. Then they learn about their eyes for seeing light and color, their tongue for tasting the food they eat, their nose for smelling, and their skin and its sense of touch. Finally, they discover how the food they eat first goes to their stomachs, then nourishes their entire body.
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