by Huey, Lois Miner.
Presents facts about the lack of sanitation, personal hygiene, dental care, antibiotics, and insecticides in eighteenth-century America and the unfortunate results this had on everyday living conditions. Full description
United States Encyclopedia : America's People, Places, and Events
Growing up : inside and out
The monster health book : a guide to eating healthy, being active & feeling great for monsters & kids!
Sports & fitness : how to use your body and mind to play and feel your best
Meatless? : a fresh look at what you eat
You can't take your body to a car mechanic
The dreadful, smelly colonies : the disgusting details about life in colonial America
My body, my self for boys
My body, my self for boys : the "what's happening to my body" workbook
The food pyramid
Sugar was my best food : diabetes and me
If you were there in 1776
Give me liberty! : the story of the Declaration of Independence
> Juvenile nonfiction.
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