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Nutrition Stories For Youngsters
If you have children (or grandchildren) ten and under, you'll be interested in a booklet designed to teach youngsters to "take care of your body so your body can take care of you".
Animated characters called "Fixits" tell the nutrition story in terms youngsters find interesting and understandable. The booklet is entitled, "How Your Fixits Fix You - Stories About You and the Food You Eat".
"Grade school teachers and children have been enthusiastic in their appreciation of this new approach to teaching nutrition," says author Gladys Boehm Tucker. She has a Master's Degree in nutrition from Kansas State University and taught in the foods and nutrition department there, and at Southern Illinois University. She also has raised five children and knows, first hand, the benefits of good nutrition for youngsters.
The 60 page book sells for $2.50 per copy, including postage and handling.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Nutrition Stories, Gladys Boehm Tucker, Route 2, Cobden, Ill. 62920.

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