Learning to wash hands and practice healthy habits are fun when Elmo and his friends are the teachers.
Wash your hands throughout the day. This will keep the germs away. Use warm water—not too hot. Wet your hands, don’t miss a spot!
Now, more than ever, it's important to practice good hygiene and habits to stay healthy. Elmo and his friends teach kids proper hand-washing and other healthy habits in this fun interactive book. Kids can help Elmo wet his hands by pulling a tab, make suds by turning a wheel, and then tuck him into bed for a good night's sleep. A catchy hand-washing song is included to encourage kids to scrub for the recommended 20 seconds. This fun follow-up to Let’s Go Potty, Elmo! will have kids singing their way to clean hands and a healthy body!
Lori C. Froeb began her career in publishing right out of college at Reader’s Digest world headquarters in Pleasantville, New York. She landed a dream job as an editor for Reader’s Digest Children’s Publishing (now Studio Fun International) and worked on licensed, nonfiction, craft, and religious novelty books for 22 years. Following her time at Studio Fun, Lori took a road trip across the U.S. and, upon her return home, decided to enter the exciting world of freelancing. Today, Lori works as an independent children’s book editor and writer with more than 200 authored titles under her belt. In her free time, she is an avid photographer, hiker, and traveler who lives with her morkie Frodo in the Hudson Valley, New York.
Ernie Kwiat (rhymes with "what") was born in Houston, Texas, and raised near New Castle, in western Pennsylvania. He studied illustration at the School of Visual Arts in New York City before serving in the U.S. Navy. Ernie then earned his MFA, specializing in printmaking, from Mills College in Oakland, California. As art director and designer for a commercial screen-printing company in California, he designed and created graphics for clients including Lucas Films, Hanna-Barbera, Disney, and Sesame Workshop. This led to his next role as art department head of Sesame Street General Stores where he performed as an illustrator and product designer. Ernie currently enjoys working as a freelance illustrator, and in 2019 one of his picture books became a New York Times bestseller.