Free delivery on all orders over £10
Schools can pay by invoice by setting up an account at checkout.
Start a wish list for your school or nursery.
Healthy Me Resting and Sleeping

Resting and Sleeping

Published: 14 Nov 2019

Paperback / softback, 32 pages

Recommended for age 5+ and 7+

By Katie Woolley

Illustrated by Ryan Wheatcroft

Published by Hachette Children's Group

Regular price
£8.50
Sale price
£8.50
Regular price
RRP £8.99
Unit price
per 

Engaging, illustrated titles that introduce key health issues to young readers. How much sleep do I need? What happens when I sleep? Why do I dream? Will screen time affect my sleep? Why should I rest? The answers to these and many other questions about resting and sleeping can be discovered in this lively and informative book. The topics of fitness and fun are complemented by charming and humorous illustrations.

This book is designed for children to begin to learn about the importance of being healthy, and the ways in which we can look after our bodies to keep fit and well. At the back are notes for parents and teachers that provide additional advice and support as well as further activity ideas and information. These titles support the science curriculum at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, as well as PSHCE topics.

The Healthy Me series

Healthy Me: Eating Well
Exercise and Play
Keeping Clean

The Animals including Humans KS1 pack

Easy purchase - add our curated pack to your basket with one click

An easy purchase pack to support a topic about Animals, Including Humans in KS1. You can purchase individual titles or view the full collection. 
  • Lots The Diversity of Life on Earth
  • Find Out About ... Animal Babies
  • How to Talk to a Tiger... and other animals
  • Leap, Hare, Leap!
  • Sleep How Nature gets its Rest
  • The Big Book of Belonging
  • Red Alert!
  • Human Body, Animal Bodies: Healthy Bodies
  • Keeping Clean
  • My Pet Goldfish
  • Human Body, Animal Bodies: Muscle and Movement
  • Resting and Sleeping
  • Up Close
  • Wild City : Meet the animals who share our city spaces