Some children’s books which come with positive health messages.
The Dinosaur Douglas set are written in rhyme for early years children (up to around 5 years) reflect the importance of oral health, vitamin D, obesity, hand-washing and toxic stress. Written in rhyme by the wonderful Heather Maisner and illustrated by international artist Alex Godwin, they are ideal for bedtime reading, PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic education) and literacy. The more you buy the more you save.
Robey and the Dentist is a story with a moral – that clean teeth are more important than white teeth! The book published by the family of the late Edward Saunders who died when he was 18 of meningitis and wrote the story when he was just 11. The story is about a boy who is worried his dentist will think his teeth aren’t white enough and gives a positive message on the importance of cleaning teeth.