Eat, Run, and Live Healthy is a children's picture book developed by the Penticton Indian Band Health Department to teach young children about the choices they can make to live healthy. This book in the Caring for Me series discusses eating healthy, exercising, and drinking plenty of water. The book begins in a First Nations classroom as the teacher welcomes the community nurse to make a presentation. Through charts and questions/answers the nurse asks the students about making healthy choices when eating, avoiding junk foods, exercising, and drinking plenty of water each day. One student talks about her relative who must avoid sugar because she has diabetes. The chart showing healthy meal choices includes deer meat among the standard fare. The bold and simple drawings convey the message of making healthy choices. The author and illustrator are careful to make this book suitable for children of all backgrounds.