Best Books for Sick Days: Ages 8-10
Today's young readers will truly be enchanted by this easy-to-read version of the Brothers Grimm classic illustrated with a fresh, vibrant new look set in an American frontier. Full-color illustrations.
Discover what it was like to be a barber surgeon in the sixteenth century and why it was a terrible time for people to be sick.
When Mudge gets sick and has to go to the vet, he and Henry share some scary moments, but Henry once again shows his devotion to his canine friend as he pampers him through his cold.
In their 11th adventure, Mr. Putter and Tabby find it's no fun having a cold. When Mr. Putter feels a bit under the weather, Mrs. Teaberry and her good dog, Zeke, know just what to do to help Mr. Putter feel better.
It's Broadcast Day in Ms. Frizzle's class. Ralphie promised everyone he'd figure out what kind of show they should put on. But, Ralphie is sick and can't come to school. So, everyone climbs aboard the Magic School Bus, because if Ralphie can't come to class, Ms. Frizzle's class will come to him!