Sid the Science Kid: A Cavity is a Hole in Your Tooth By Jodi Huelin

Sid the Science Kid: A Cavity is a Hole in Your Tooth
Jodi Huelin
HarperFestival (2010)
ISBN 9780061852633
Reviewed by Cayden Aures (age 5 ½) and Mom for Reader Views (05/10)

Cayden: “This Sid the Science Kid book is about why we should brush our teeth. Sid doesn’t want to brush his teeth because he thinks it is too much work. Then everybody tells him why he has to do it. At his school the teacher shows the class a cavity picture. You can get a cavity if you don’t brush your teeth. My favorite part of the book was learning what my different teeth are called. I learned incisors, canines, and molars. I also learned which teeth bite different foods. I just went to the dentist and he told me that I do a good job brushing my teeth. I don’t have any cavities!”

Parent’s comments:

“Sid the Science Kid: A Cavity is a Hole in Your Tooth” is an excellent educational book. It is part of the Stage 1 “Let’s-Read-And-Find-Out Science” series which we absolutely love! My son is intrigued by science and learns so much from these books. We highly recommend “Sid the Science Kid: A Cavity is a Hole in Your Tooth.”

 

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