Four books in one!
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"Lee and His Giant Ear"
Join Lee, a little boy who needs to learn how to get clean.
Do your kids hate to take a bath? Do your kids like to play in the mud?
This is the story of a very stubborn boy who learns the hard way that baths are very important. Lee is a little boy who loves to play in the mud and get dirty, but Lee does not like to get clean. He and all of the townspeople are forced to deal with the consequences of Lee's actions when he refuses to wash up. Lee learns that a bath is an important part of growing up healthy and strong. He promises the doctor that he will always use soap from now on.
The story provides a good way for parents and children to talk about the importance of good hygiene, and could also be a good tool for public health professionals. It is a great story for bedtime and can be heard with the whole family.
"Lee Cleans His Room"
Join Lee as he learns about an important job, cleaning up his room.
Do you have trouble getting your kids to help with chores? Do your kids have trouble remembering to pick up their toys?
Lee, like most little boys, does not like to clean up after himself. Lee thinks that he has found a way around actually cleaning, but he ends up paying a major price for his little trick. The story provides a good way for parents and children to talk about the importance of good hygiene, and keeping the house clean.
"Lee Has to Stop Eating Candy"
Everyone likes candy, but sometimes we eat too much of it.
Do your kids have trouble eating healthy foods? Do they have a sweet tooth?
"Lee Has to Stop Eating Candy" is the story of a young man faced with a choice. Lee finds a bag of candy while his mother is outside. What should he do? Lee's choice sets off a chain of calamities that for our hero. Will he ever be able to eat candy again?
The story provides a good way for parents and children to talk about the importance of eating right, and could also be a good tool for public health professionals.
"Lee and His Big Hair": Lee is a boy with a problem: There is mud all over his hair!
Do your children fuss about brushing their hair? Do they dislike other hygiene-related activities?
Lee would rather dive in a lake than actually try to get himself clean. He does not like to take the time to take care of his wild hair. When the wild hair becomes encased in mud, Lee is forced to deal with his problem head on, literally.