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They love, love, love, love, love to dance. Belle s Grandma Bee is faced with having to use oxygen because of her choice to smoke when she was younger. Belle finds humor and fun as she makes the choice to dance instead of smoke. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

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No membership fee. You’ll lose NextDay delivery if your cart contains one or more items not labeled NextDay eligible. Book Format: Choose an option. Conveying a positive, nonjudgmental message to children, this tale provides techniques for empowering them to refuse offers of tobacco in pursuit of a healthy, active lifestyle. No Thanks, but I'd Love to Dance: Choosing to Live Smoke Free - eBook.

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This book chronicles the life of Belle, who at six years old, was 'best friends forever' with her Grandma Bee, who could no longer do the one thing they both liked best - to dance. No thanks, but I'd love to dance! : choosing to live smoke free, Jackie Reimer. Reimer, Jackie author. Publication Information.

Observant Belle, who cannot imagine life without dancing, consciously makes the lifelong choice to dance instead of smoke.

As a result of tobacco use earlier in her life, Grandma Bee must now use an oxygen tank to assist in her breathing.

Belle is a six-year-old girl who is best friends forever with her Grandma Bee. One of the things they share is a love for dancing. They love, love, love, love, love to dance. Belle s Grandma Bee is faced with having to use oxygen because of her choice to smoke when she was younger. Belle finds humor and fun as she makes the choice to dance instead of smoke.

No Thanks, But I'd Love To Dance, Choosing to live smoke free epub download

ISBN13: 978-0982278604

ISBN: 0982278608

Author: Jackie Reimer

Category: Health and Fitness

Subcategory: Addiction & Recovery

Language: English

Publisher: Twisted Publications; First edition (January 1, 2009)

ePUB size: 1412 kb

FB2 size: 1839 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 125

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Highly recommended for grades K-5.

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Steelcaster
I read this book to second graders during Red Ribbon Week. I thought it was great and the students enjoyed the story. I had the students do an extension activity where they completed the statement, "No thanks, but I'd love to..." Then they drew a picture to go with it.
Steelcaster
I read this book to second graders during Red Ribbon Week. I thought it was great and the students enjoyed the story. I had the students do an extension activity where they completed the statement, "No thanks, but I'd love to..." Then they drew a picture to go with it.
Leceri
One of the best children's books I've ever read. Educational and entertaining!!! I feel my child is really getting a great message without me having to preach to her, She asks me to read it to her every night. Jackie Reimer is our new favorite author and we can't wait for her next book... Thank you Thank you Thank you :]
Leceri
One of the best children's books I've ever read. Educational and entertaining!!! I feel my child is really getting a great message without me having to preach to her, She asks me to read it to her every night. Jackie Reimer is our new favorite author and we can't wait for her next book... Thank you Thank you Thank you :]
zmejka
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zmejka
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I_LOVE_228
I'm a homeschooling mom and recently had the opportunity to look over this book. I like it so much that I'm going to include it in Little Otter's Science - my human anatomy science program for preschoolers through about 2nd grade. I think this is a great story for little ones to learn about not smoking as well as making good choices. The book has a simple but engaging story line with bright, colorful cartoon-like illustrations. It shows a grandmother living with the consequences of choosing to smoke earlier in her life, but nothing is presented in a scary kind of way. The story is sweet and also empowering.
I also like the fact that the book contains some basic science concepts. Your child can learn about what lungs are for and the fact that we breathe oxygen. In the very back of the book is a section titled "challenge words". There are words like energy, brain, damage, gas, etc. with brief and simple to understand explanations. The info is very basic but appropriate for the intended audience.
It's really hard to find appropriate books for younger children that cover concepts like this. I think that No Thanks, But I'd Love to Dance is a great opportunity to cover this very important message with your little ones.
Also - in the back of the book the author links her website. You can download free coloring pages to help make the ideas in the story stick. :-)

**I received a free copy of this book for the purpose of reviewing it but that in no way affected my review. My reviews are always based on my honest opinion. :-)
I_LOVE_228
I'm a homeschooling mom and recently had the opportunity to look over this book. I like it so much that I'm going to include it in Little Otter's Science - my human anatomy science program for preschoolers through about 2nd grade. I think this is a great story for little ones to learn about not smoking as well as making good choices. The book has a simple but engaging story line with bright, colorful cartoon-like illustrations. It shows a grandmother living with the consequences of choosing to smoke earlier in her life, but nothing is presented in a scary kind of way. The story is sweet and also empowering.
I also like the fact that the book contains some basic science concepts. Your child can learn about what lungs are for and the fact that we breathe oxygen. In the very back of the book is a section titled "challenge words". There are words like energy, brain, damage, gas, etc. with brief and simple to understand explanations. The info is very basic but appropriate for the intended audience.
It's really hard to find appropriate books for younger children that cover concepts like this. I think that No Thanks, But I'd Love to Dance is a great opportunity to cover this very important message with your little ones.
Also - in the back of the book the author links her website. You can download free coloring pages to help make the ideas in the story stick. :-)

**I received a free copy of this book for the purpose of reviewing it but that in no way affected my review. My reviews are always based on my honest opinion. :-)
Kazijora
A very compelling, touching, very well written, true story. Although this book is geared for a younger audience (as well it should be), I feel that it was great tool in teaching my 12 and 13 year old the reality of what happens when you make choices that are unhealthy. I would highly recommend this book to all parents and their children. I have not yet seen an educational book that is this entertaining. It would be nice if this were made into an after school special or movie for kids. Highly recommended!
Kazijora
A very compelling, touching, very well written, true story. Although this book is geared for a younger audience (as well it should be), I feel that it was great tool in teaching my 12 and 13 year old the reality of what happens when you make choices that are unhealthy. I would highly recommend this book to all parents and their children. I have not yet seen an educational book that is this entertaining. It would be nice if this were made into an after school special or movie for kids. Highly recommended!
The Beverly Fund Lung Cancer Foundation has ordered 50 copies of this book to distribute to educators through our Teach Tobacco Awareness program. This book is both kid and adult friendly. It depicts Belle, a delightful savvy six year old and the sweet relationship with her grandmother and their love of dancing together. It shows children that they do not have to succumb to peer pressure when it comes to smoking and it clearly sends the message that there are so many other things children can do instead of damaging their lungs by smoking. Also, it's a wake up call for adults who smoke and will perhaps make them think of their children and grand children like Belle and decide to quit. Love, love this book!
The Beverly Fund Lung Cancer Foundation has ordered 50 copies of this book to distribute to educators through our Teach Tobacco Awareness program. This book is both kid and adult friendly. It depicts Belle, a delightful savvy six year old and the sweet relationship with her grandmother and their love of dancing together. It shows children that they do not have to succumb to peer pressure when it comes to smoking and it clearly sends the message that there are so many other things children can do instead of damaging their lungs by smoking. Also, it's a wake up call for adults who smoke and will perhaps make them think of their children and grand children like Belle and decide to quit. Love, love this book!