Hide and Seek- No Ticks Please by Dr Nancy Fox

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...Seward’s illustrations are realistic enough that kids will be able to recognize hard-to-spot ticks if they happen to see one. A useful guide to avoiding a dangerous bug.
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Children five to fourteen years old are the most at risk for getting Lyme and tick-borne diseases. Hide-and-Seek: No Ticks, Please offers Lyme disease prevention education for school-age children, and through the No Ticks, Please steps they discover how to prevent ticks from transmitting diseases. This non-threatening story will be a valuable companion to any home library—and for any child that likes to play outdoors.
 

About Dr Nancy Fox

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Dr. Nancy Fox recognized author of "Tick-borne Diseases: An Evaluation of a Lyme Disease Prevention Education Program for Eight, Nine, and Ten Year Olds" (2009), and "No Ticks, Please" (2011) is a National Board Certified Teacher, life strategist, speaker, and a member of the Baltimore/Washington Powerteam. She is the founder and president of Red Tale Fox Enterprises and has developed a website to accompany the book (www.noticksplease.com).Fox has been a radio guest on Everyday Wisdom for Families, The Ed Tyll Show, WCTR, WNAV, and Total Education Network. She has been a featured speaker at schools and for several Lyme disease support groups in Maryland and Oregon."Since I was a young girl, I have had the desire and opportunity to write and speak to numerous audiences," Fox says. "In 2003, my father and I were diagnosed with Lyme disease and Babesia. Realizing the impact Lyme disease is having on children, I decided I must educate them through writing children's books and speaking to them about safety.
 
Published March 1, 2014 by Morgan James Publishing. 42 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction
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on May 08 2013

...Seward’s illustrations are realistic enough that kids will be able to recognize hard-to-spot ticks if they happen to see one. A useful guide to avoiding a dangerous bug.

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