Best Children's Personal Hygiene Books
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1. Human Body Activity Book for Kids: Hands-On Fun for Grades K-3
Author: by Ph.D., Katie Stokes, M.Ed.,
Super fun activities to help kids ages 4 to 8 learn all about their bodies From eyes and ears to skin and bones, there’s a lot to discover about the human body for kids! Featuring crosswords, mazes, and more, this human body workbook is bursting with all kinds of activities to help kids understand what makes them tick.
This awesome guide to the human body for kids includes: A full body breakdownSimplify human anatomy for kids with informative, illustrated chapters broken down by system. Lots of ways to playKeep lessons engaging with everything from connect-the-dots and crosswords to hands-on experiments.
Science for kidsDid you know hair grows slower at night and that you’re taller in the morning than the evening? Make kids want to learn more with the neat trivia in this human body book. Teach children the joy of learning by doing with this collection of activities all about the human body for kids.
2. Listening to My Body: A guide to helping kids understand the connection between their sensations (what the heck are those?) and feelings so that they can get better at figuring out what they need.
Author: by Gabi Garcia
Skinned Knee Publishing
Big emotions can be overwhelming! Help your child build on their capacity to engage more mindfully, self-regulate, and develop emotional resilience. Listening to my Body is an engaging and interactive book that guides children through the practice of naming their feelings and the physical sensations that accompany them.
From wiggly and squirmy to rested and still, Listening to My Body helps children develop a sensations vocabulary so that they can express what they are experiencing. Includes kid-friendly mindfulness activities woven throughout the book to reinforce the teachings. Listening to My Body is a wonderful social-emotional tool for parents, counselors and teachers!
FREE resources to accompany this book can be found at . (Available in Spanish as Escuchando a Mi Cuerpo.
3. Indestructibles: It's Bath Time!: Chew Proof · Rip Proof · Nontoxic · 100% Washable (Book for Babies, Newborn Books, Safe to Chew)
Author: by Amy Pixton
Little elephant, let’s get clean.Splash! Lion cub is messy, too.Lick, Lick! Now it’s your turn, baby.Yay, bubbles! Learn all about bath time in a book that’s INDESTRUCTIBLE. Indestructibles is the trusted series for easing little ones into storytime.
Beloved by babies and their parents, Indestructibles are built for the way babies read (i.E., with their hands and mouths) and are: Rip Proofmade of ultra-durable tight-woven materialWaterproofcan be chewed on, drooled on, and washed! Emergent Literacy Toolbright pictures and few or no words encourage dialogic readingPortablelightweight books can go anywhere, perfect for the diaper bag and for travelSafe for Babymeets ASTM safety standards
4. Puberty Is Gross but Also Really Awesome
Author: by Gina Loveless
A first-of-its-kind inclusive puberty guide that celebrates the good and completely awful parts of puberty. Filled with jokes and countless facts to put this stage in perspective-this book is bound to be every kid’s new best friend!Puberty … Is pretty gross for pretty much everyone.
It’s a smelly, hairy, sticky, and (worst of all) totally confusing time! But did you know there’s a lot about puberty that makes it REALLY AWESOME? Get the whole picture with this honest, humorous, and empowering survival guide to the tween years.
It’s packed with straighforward illustrations, easy-to-understand scientific information, interesting studies, and tips from experts, covering everything from breast development and gender identity to acne and mental health. No matter your gender, sexuality, or race, this book is for you. Never shying away from the tough stuff, this utterly modern take on puberty is the resource this generation needs!
Welcome to modern puberty-it’s transformative, kind of gross, but undeniably AWESOME!
5. The Boys' Guide to Growing Up
Author: by Phil Wilkinson
Wren & Rook
A friendly, reassuring positive guide for boys as they approach puberty, explaining the changes that will happen to their bodies as they grow up and how these changes might make them feel. Covering everything from body hair and vocal changes to mood swings and self-esteem, puberty and parenting expert Phil Wilkinson addresses any worries that boys might have relating to what is ‘normal’. He reassures readers and boosts their confidence, encouraging them to feel positive about the changes they will experience as they go through puberty.
The book also includes lifestyle advice on topics like healthy eating and exercise, as well as information on how puberty affects girls. Topics covered:What is puberty? Your puberty timelineHow do hormones work? The height and weight raceA deeper voiceSpotty skinHair, hair, everywhereThe art of shavingSweat, smells and personal hygieneChanges down belowMore changes down belowNew feelingsSex explainedMaking babiesKeeping your confidence upMood swingsManaging your feelingsHealthy eatingThe power of exercisePrivacy and your bodyPuberty for girlsGirls have worries, too
6. Brush, Brush, Brush! (Rookie Toddler)
Author: by Alicia Padron
It’s never too early to start healthy habits. This rhyme will inspire little ones to brush their teeth. Rookie Toddler books offer fun ways to engage with little ones during story time and play time. Each book includes story-related tips that help extend the reading experience and emphasize key learnings.
Engaging photographs and illustrations will delight your toddler while encouraging a love of reading.
7. Unicorn Potty: Learn to Potty with Unicorn-With Easy-to-Follow Step-by-Step Instructions, make Potty Training Joyful and Magical! (Potty Board Books)
Author: by Laura Gates Galvin
Learning to use the potty is lots of fun! Let this unicorn queen show your little one how it’s done! With easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and bright and colorful illustrations, this book is sure to make potty training joyful and magical!
Relatable main character teaches children how to overcome the challenges of potty training Celebrates Children's transition from wearing diapers to using the potty Playful rhymes on each page enliven and make bathroom routines feel magical Chunky pages fit comfortably in little hands
8. Pig the Stinker (Pig the Pug)
Author: by Aaron Blabey
Pig the Pug and his best friend Trevor are back for another hilarious adventure in the bestselling series! In this hilarious adventure, Pig the Pug STINKS! Pig likes to be smelly, so he rolls around in the garbage, laps up spoiled milk, tracks dirty paw prints all over the house, and even sticks his head in the toilet!
But enough is enough! Pig’s owner tries to get him to take a bath, but Pig refuses! Pig has a plan to stop up the tub, but when it backfires, will Pig get clean after all? Rich with author-illustrator Aaron Blabey’s signature rhyming text and unforgettable illustrations, Pig the Stinker is a laugh-out-loud story that teaches Pig – and readers – an important (and hilarious) lesson, just like in the five previous books in the series (Pig the Pug, Pig the Winner, Pig the Elf, Pig the Star, and Pig the Fibber).
9. Rosemary the Pacifier Fairy
Author: by Lindsey Coker Luckey
What’s a baby’s best friend? A pacifier of course! There to help babies soothe in the night, always nearby to make everything right. As children grow up they need their soothers less each day. But do THEY know that? Children love the story of Katie, who gets a visit from Rosemary the pacifier fairy when she’s a baby.
They especially love the part where toddler Katie can’t quite give the paci up! When Katie is ready to let her best friend go, she sees the paci fairy one more time and realizes that giving up their pacifier is a brave thing to do.
10. Come Out Mr Poo!: Potty Training for Kids
Author: by Janelle McGuinness
MCG Ventures Pty Ltd
This book is an Amazon bestseller and comes with a FREE potty training chart and coloring book. This delightful and funny book will help your child get ready for doing poops on the toilet or potty. Perfect if your child is showing concern about transitioning out of nappies/diapers.
This encouraging story shows how they can become a ‘big kid’ and that there is nothing to be afraid of. Full of colorful, fun illustrations and written in verse, this is a favorite for parents and children alike. It doesn’t take itself too seriously and is meant to bring humor to lighten the pressure that sometimes builds when children take longer to master potty training.
Please note: Images of the poo have been updated due to feedbackReviews:”This book got my little one interested in sitting on the toilet and having a go, when we have struggled a lot. It’s colorful and fun and she thinks Mr Poo is hilarious.” Jack”What a fun book!
I purchased the Kindle edition as my son recently started potty training. We read it together and he thinks its hilarious, then we refer to ‘Mr Poo’ as he gives it a go. Making it a fun exercise instead of a chore has really aided in his potty training success.
11. The Tooth Book (Bright & Early Board Books(TM))
Author: by Dr. Seuss
Chew, chomp and smile with Dr. Seuss with this hilarious book all about teethnow in a board book format perfect for the littlest of readers! Learn about this very important body part that lets us talk, eat, and more in this useful guide from Dr. Seuss, illustrated by Joe Mathieu!
From a lion’s mouth to a clam’s, explore all the things teeth can do, how they grow, and how to keep them in tip top shape! Dr. Seuss’s rhymes will delight young readers and help them discover the world around them, starting with their own bodies!
Bright and Early Board Books are simplified editions of your favorite Dr. Seuss stories, printed in a sturdy board format that’s perfect for little hands ages 0-3! At 4 x 5 , they’re about 1/4 the size of the classic large format Seuss picture books like The Lorax and Oh, The Places You’ll Go!
And ideal for babies and toddlers too young for the original stories. Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss. President Barack Obama
What If You Had Animal Teeth?
Author: by Sandra Markle
If you could have any animal’s front teeth, whose would you choose? WHAT IF YOU HAD ANIMAL TEETH takes children on a fun, informative, and imaginative journey as they explore what it would be like if their own front teeth were replaced by those of a different animal.
Featuring a dozen animals (beaver, great white shark, narwhal, elephant, rattlesnake, naked mole rat, hippopotamus, crocodile, and more), this book explores how different teeth are especially adapted for an animal’s survival. At the end of the book, children will discover why their own teeth are just right for them.
And they’ll also get a friendly reminder to take good care of their teeth, because they’re the only teeth they’ll ever have. Each spread features a photograph of the animal using its specialized teeth on the left and a humorous illustrated image of a child using that animal’s teeth on the right.
13. The Kids Book of Poop: A Funny Read Aloud Picture Book for Kids of All Ages about Poop and Pooping
Author: by Professor Poopy McDooDoo
If you could have any animal’s hair, whose would you choose? If you had a polar bear’s double coat, you would never have to wear a hat when playing in the snow. If you had reindeer hair, it could help you stay afloat in water.
And if you had a porcupine’s hair, no bully would ever bother you again! WHAT IF YOU HAD ANIMAL HAIR? Is a follow-up to the adorable WHAT IF YOU HAD ANIMAL TEETH? Each spread will feature a photographic image of the animal and its hair on the left and an illustration of a child with that animal’s hair on the right.
As in ANIMAL TEETH, the illustrations will be humorous and will accompany informative text.
15. Dash's Belly Ache: A book for children who can't or won't poop (Dash Learns Life Skills)
Author: by Wendy Hayden
Is your child struggling with pooping? Sometimes all it takes is one painful poop for a child to have a fear of having a bowel movement. Or chronic constipation can cause painful pooping which triggers fear of having a bowel movement.
Their fear often leads to withholding, anxiety about using the toilet and potty training regression. Sometimes these issues persist even after the child is no longer suffering from chronic constipation or painful bowel movements. It is difficult to overcome a young child’s fear and anxiety with reasoning.
This can be extremely frustrating for us as parents, and for our children who are struggling. Dash’s Belly Ache is a simple, gentle story about Dash, a dog who doesn’t want to poop. His experience in the story will help reassure your child, lessen their anxiety, and help them overcome their fear of pooping.
Dash’s story is relatable for toddlers and young children who are having a hard time with potty training, constipation or withholding. Bright and fun illustrationsLovable dog charactersPerfect for toddlers and young childrenEasy storyline for your child to follow
16. Oliver West! It's Time to Get Dressed! (Award Winning Book)
Author: by Kelly Louise
Spaghetti Head Press
Empowering and Educational Book Teaching Kids About Having Routines and Gaining Independence. When Oliver sees his friends playing outside, he can’t wait to join them. But something is standing in his way …His pajamas! Put your RIGHT leg in one side, Your LEFT leg in the other.
Your SUPERHERO underpants will soon be undercover! Will Oliver be able to put on his pants and shirt so he can play too? What if he can’t find his missing shoe? Watch Oliver struggle through the natural behaviors and emotions of a young child learning a new skill as Mom guides him with gentle nudges, loving encouragement and lots of praise.
Your 3 -6-year-old will love and relate to this book!