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Judith Anne Rice

Biography:

Judith Anne RiceJudith Anne Rice is an early childhood family education teacher with St. Paul Public Schools in Minnesota. In addition to the Kindness Curriculum, she has written six books, including Those Mean Nasty Dirty Downright Disgusting but... Invisible Germs and Those Icky Sticky Smelly Cavity-Causing but... Invisible Germs. Judith holds a master's degree in human development from St. Mary's University of Minnesota and a bachelor's degree in elementary education with a minor in early childhood development from the University of Wisconsin at River Falls. She stars as her alter ego, Professor Prunella Popper, in videos available at www.JudithAnneRice.com.

Judith Anne Rice's Books

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  • Those Icky Sticky Smelly Cavity-Causing but . . . Invisible Germs/Esos sucios pegajosos olorosos causantes de caries pero . . . invisibles germenes

    Author: Judith Anne Rice   Illustrator: Julie Ann Stricklin
    Product Code: 181701
    ISBN: 978-188483430-1

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    Lively, colorful illustrations show the germs that cause cavities and how important toothbrushing is to good dental health. The bad breath germ and the plaque-painting germ help children remember to brush their teeth.This book includes health information for teachers and caregivers. Bilingual English/Spanish.



    "Those Icky Sticky Smelly Cavity-Causing but...Invisible Germs will help your children make a strong start on good toothbrushing habits. Children will be delighted by the imaginative, full-color illustrations of the germs that cause cavities and thrilled at how simply they can brush them away. This informative book is a resourceful tool for children to learn the importance of good oral health."
    —Nina D. Thai, D.D.S., Family Dentistry, St. Paul

    "Redleaf Press is offering a new picture book that teaches children about cavity-causing germs and the importance of oral hygiene. Those Icky Sticky Smelly Cavity-Causing but... Invisible Germs encourages positive health habits to children preschool through eight years of age."
    Pediatric Dentistry Today

    "Although the tone is light, this book in English and Spanish makes the point that what we eat causes germs that give us cavities. The story follows Sal through his day of eating and brushing his teeth, ending with his visit to the dentist to have his teeth professionally cleaned."
    Parent and Preschooler Newsletter

     
  • Those Mean Nasty Dirty Downright Disgusting but . . . Invisible Germs/Esos desagradables detestables sucios completamente asquerosos pero . . . invisibles germenes

    Author: Judith Anne Rice   Illustrator: Reed Merrill
    Product Code: 181601
    ISBN: 978-188483431-8

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    Encourage good health habits in children with this delightful book. Playful and colorful illustrations show the germs that cause illness and the importance of hand washing for good health. It includes health information for teachers and caregivers. Bilingual English/Spanish. Age Focus: 3-8. Softbound, 32 pgs.



    "The prevention of infectious disease transmission begins with our children. Teaching them how to wash their hands and why it matters in a world of germs is an important step in that prevention effort. Those Mean Nasty Dirty Downright Disgusting but...Invisible Germs is an imaginative and fun tool that every parent, teacher, child care provider, or public health practitioner should incorporate into their program."
    -- Michael T. Osterholm, PhD, MPH; state epidemiologist and chief of Minnesota's Acute Disease Epidemiology Section

    Thank you for this great way to present germs!"
    -- Diana Vineyard, Head Start Health Facilitator, Hatch Valley Public School

    "[Those Mean Nasty Dirty Downright Disgusting but.Invisible Germs] has become one of the most useful tools to promote good handwashing in child care settings that I am aware of."
    -- Caroll M. Niewolny, PHN, MSN

    "Lessons on preventing colds are couched in imaginative stories of a child's encounter with five potentially infectious germs. A blend of black and white photos (of the child) and whimsical drawings (of the germ contenders) contrast facts about cleanliness with basics on disease prevention for a wide range of young picture book followers."
    -- The Bookwatch

    "This children's picture book offers a novel and imaginative way to teach the importance and technique of thorough hand washing."
    -- National Head Start Bulletin

    "This text addresses the need for prevention of infectious disease transmission for three- through six-year-olds. The book presents the topic of personal hygiene in a way that is appropriate and relevant to the abilities and motivational capacity of the young child."
    -- Journal of Dental Hygiene

     
  • Those Ooey Gooey Winky Blinky but . . . Invisible Pinkeye Germs/Esos pringosos viscosos pestañeantes parpadeantes pero . . . invisibles gérmenes que causan conjuntivitis

    Author: Judith Anne Rice   Illustrator: Julie Ann Stricklin
    Product Code: 181801
    ISBN: 978-188483489-9

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    The fourth title in the bestselling Children's Health Series from Redleaf Press, Those Ooey Gooey Winky Blinky but...Invisible Pinkeye Germs is another fun and informative book explaining germs kids can't see. Children will learn how pinkeye germs can be spread and how to treat them. Imaginative language, colorful illustrations, and photos of a real child tell about a girl who gets pinkeye and her notions of the germs. This book includes health information for teachers and caregivers. Bilingual English/Spanish.



    "Those Ooey Gooey Winky Blinky but...Invisible Pinkeye Germs is an informative book that explains to kids about the germs they cannot see. Children will learn how pinkeye germs can spread from person to person and what children can expect for treatment of the germs. The book contains great health information for teachers and caregivers to help prevent the spread of pinkeye and ways to help children understand what is happening."
    -- The Children's Foundation Child Care Bulletin

     
    Softbound, Illus.
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