Remember when I told you about the FREE Amazing Me Book Mailed to You? There are seven more FREE Books you can get and this time you can order from two different places for each book! The first set of books is 4 books for younger children, the second is a continuation for older kids and is a set of 3 books.
Pick up a Set of 4 Eagle Books for pre-school through grade school children, beautifully illustrated with Native American characters and wise animals. These books inspire and encourage young readers to find joy in physical activity, eating healthy foods, and learning about health and diabetes prevention. You can order up to 500 copies FREE! Anyone can order from this site.
Or order them from the CDC by typing in the title names individually (limit 1)
- Through the Eyes of the Eagle
- Knees Lifted High
- A Plate Full of Color
- Tricky Treats
You can also get FREE coloring Books in PDF format (scroll down the page)
For Middle School these same characters grow up and it had a 3 part book series you can get FREE:
Coyote and the Turtle’s Dream (Do a search for Eagle books to find this one) It says OUT of Stock, but if you click on More information you can download a PDF version of this book. It’s the first book in a 3 part series so you probably want to get this one.
Reintroduces readers to Rain, Boomer, and other characters from the original Eagle Books, who are now middle- school students. They embark on a mystery adventure against a ring of fossil poachers, dodging traps set by the tricky coyote.Hummingbird’s Squash (2 Max) or Up to 5 Copies FREE (type in title to find it)
394-page novel for preteens and teens, Hummingbird’s Squash continues the story of the Coyote and The Turtle’s Dreamcharacters which originated from the set of 4 Eagle Books. In this book, Hummingbird pursues an ambitious plan to grow healthy foods that will help the community prevent type 2 diabetes. As the book progresses, she learns what it means to embrace all of one’s relatives and honor the wisdom of ancestors. Features captivating drawings and a glossary.
369-page novel is the third of a trilogy, for preteens and teens. It continues the story of Rain, Boomer, Hummingbird and Simon, as they venture to a southern Indian reservation. Readers meet two new characters, Sigigi, a young man of the “Little People,” and “the Two Rabbit,” a comical storyteller. The story reinforces health messages from the first two novels. It also encourages readers to appreciate the benefits and challenges of learning another language.
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