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Inspired by Hooker Oak Elementary
3rd and 6th Grade
2002-2003 KMAC Kids

What's Wrong Whiskers Book Cover

The What's Wrong with Whiskers is a story created by the KMAC Kids 2002-2003Link to non-NIEHS site as funded by a grant from the California Wellness Foundation (TCWF) to improve the health of the people of California by making grants for health promotion, wellness education, and disease prevention programs. KMAC stands for: Kids Making A Connection, Health & the Environment. KMAC activities were originally supported by an NIEHS grant in K-12 environmental health science education, "Toxrap" Network. You can learn more about NIEHS educational grant programs at the NIEHS K-12 Teacher Enhancement and Development, Environmental Health Sciences K-12 Education Grants materials, and the NIEHS K-12 Initiatives websites.

Other KMAC stories featured by NIEHS:

Bradley and the Bad Pb
Crabby Kathy
What Could It Be Beverly?
Mama Didn't Know
Water, the Never Ending Story
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