Open Wide... What's Inside?

Open Wide... What's Inside?

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Open Wide...What's Inside? You really don't want to find out!
Dentist Alex Rushworth reveals the revolting truth that will have children everywhere running for their toothbrush.
Written in rhyme and with bright, bold illustrations, Open Wide...What's Inside? tells the story of the Sugarbugs - revolting rotters with horrible habits.
Using language that children find hilarious (including the word 'poo'!) Alex uses her 20 years' experience squashing Sugarbugs to explain how to look after your teeth and why you need to do it.
If brushing becomes a bathroom battle buy this book!
Alex Rushworth is a dentist working with children in the North East of England.
She invented the Sugarbugs to try to explain the link between eating, brushing and dental disease to her young patients. Seeing the success of her stinky Sugarbugs, she decided to spread the story. So, with the help of her talented sister-in-law, Helen, who illustrated the book she wrote and published Open Wide...What's Inside?
Open Wide...What's Inside? fills a gap ( or should that be cavity?!) in the market, explaining the 'why' as well as the 'how' of toothbrushing. And by making it fun and memorable it helps parents explain the unpopular decisions they have to make about sweets, treats and toothbrushing......all with the help of some Sugarbug poo!
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Product details

  • 0-5
  • Paperback | 20 pages
  • 210 x 210 x 4mm | 80g
  • Tynemouth, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 20 watercolour illustrations
  • 0957439903
  • 9780957439900
  • 555,164

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