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By Maya Ajmera,Victoria Dunning,Cynthia Pon, et al.Random House, Inc.|Charlesbridge||Young Adult NonfictionHealth & FitnessLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 10.01.2014Street date: 26.12.2013Preview
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Being active gives your brain a boost so you’ll find it easier to pay attention in school. Reading books or solving tricky puzzles gives you a mental workout, so you are ready for new challenges. To Be Protected Healthy kids are sheltered from heat, cold, rain, and snow. This means wearing the right clothes for the weather and protecting your skin from the sun. In some climates kids sleep under special nets that protect them from mosquitoes that carry a disease called malaria. It’s also important for you and your family to practice safe habits such as wearing helmets on your bike and seatbelts in cars, and crossing the street only when you’re sure it is safe.
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