A brilliant way to introduce kids to their bodies and all its wonderful parts, they get to learn their usage, and how to take care of them and most importantly what not to eat and what to eat. It’s a fun and exciting way of teaching kids, the illustrations are fun and the colors on spot, I love the six masters and their secrets and the unique way the author uses to teach these important facts. This little book is not only funny and brilliant it’s a treasure trove of a wealth of health knowledge teaching them the six basic foundation of what it takes to becoming a Doctor.
by Cherry-Ann London
I read this book because my oldest daughter is in her fourth year of Med School and wants to be a pediatrician. This book was so informative in a fun way and very interactive. The six health and happiness masters that I loved! Agnes becomes a Doctor and goes to far away places to help sick people. Agnes has many adventures and along the way we learn about good health, how to eat right and be mindful.
There are recipes in this book as well that sounded great to me especially the pancake recipe at the end of the book.
by Cindy Servat (NetGalley)
Entertaining and fun to read with kids. Great illistrations. Would recommend this book. Fun learning tool.
by Rhonda Gothier (NetGalley)
The book is such a pleasure to read. The characters through they features and desires teach health and wellbeing. Every page has a message behind and there is interactive pages that my boy loves too. It creates a peaceful and warm feeling of hope and achievement throughout the pages that we both like. You can do so much with the book sometimes just looking at the pictures and understand what they are doing. Pictures are so good for the little one and my boy of 7old loved them so much. We cooked the 3 recipe from the book and enjoyed them very much . Highly recommended for people that love children's , have children's and want to give them a gift to remember. Can't wait for the second edition
by Bruna Pura