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The Kennedy Family

The Kennedy Family

Dad is a busy man who works in the office all day. Mum is a very caring woman. David & Katie are twins. Zac is the youngest member of the Kennedy Family. Sam is the cute family cat. He likes to play with David and Katie around the house, especially in the garden…

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Book 1 – Happy hands

Book 1 – Happy hands

David and Katie Kennedy love to have Happy Hands! You can have Happy Hands too!
David and Katie love playing with their toys outside. When they finish playing dirt and germs get on their hands. Mum explains to them why they need to wash their hands before they eat.

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Book 2 – Mr. Sandwich

Book 2 – Mr. Sandwich

Meet Mr. Sandwich, David and Katie’s new friend. You can make your very own Mr. Sandwich for lunch as well ! David and Katie meet a new friend Mr. Sandwich in this exciting book. Mr. Sandwich loves healthy food so much he is made from it! He has orange carrot hair, a bright cherry tomato nose, a cheesey face.

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Book 3 – Mum’s Baby Bump

Book 3 – Mum’s Baby Bump

The Kennedy family was preparing for a new baby! Mum’s tummy was growing bigger and rounder each day. She was moving around more slowly and becoming more tired as her tummy got bigger. David and Katie wanted to help Mummy and found many ways to look after Mummy.

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When the children are quiet

When the children are quiet

Denise, a mum of two kids, aged 3 and 6, were having friends and their kids visiting. After a while, she suddenly shouted “Why are the children so quiet? Where are they?” Her husband quickly scanned through the house, and discovered that…

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I think I have Pregnesia!

I think I have Pregnesia!

During pregnancy many women find their normally sharp minds succumb to brain fades, and become rather forgetful during pregnancy, in what some people call pregnant amnesia or “pregnesia”. This may be because the pregnant mind is full of new, important things to think about…

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Interesting facts about the brain

Interesting facts about the brain

First fact: The human brain contains more than 100,000,000,000 neurons (100 billion) at birth Second fact: - By 8 months of age, the human brain has established over 1,000 trillion connections (synapses). - The number of connections decline with age,...
Childhood Obesity

Childhood Obesity

Keeping “baby fat” for too long can put a child’s health at risk. How can you help your child get fit and maintain a healthy weight into adulthood? The following steps may be helpful: Be Active! Get your family focused on fitness. Go...
What is Lactoferrin?

What is Lactoferrin?

Lactoferrin is a protein that is produced most abundantly in breast milk (in particular colostrum, the first milk produced after birth). However, it is also present in our saliva, tears, mucus and white blood cells. So what exactly is it doing in all these obscure places? Lactoferrin is part of your immune system to fight off many different types of infections.

I can swim already!

I can swim already!

Poppy, 3 ½ years old, does not know how to swim. This year her parents decided to take her to the beach to try. Daddy took her into the water and moments later, Poppy came running back shouting “Mummy, mummy, I can swim already!” …

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