Eyes, Ears, Nose and Mouth 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 ways children can care for their ears, eyes, nose and mouth. In this story, a young boy is scared because there is something in his nose. Mother sees the lump in her child's nose and takes him to the doctor. The caring doctor takes a bead from the child's nose. She checks the boy's eyes, ears, and mouth shining a special light to see that they are healthy. The boy tells the doctor his mother taught him to brush and floss his teeth. He also sits far from the TV and avoids poking his eyes. The boy avoids listening to loud noises to keep his ears healthy. The doctor rewards the child with a sticker and tells him to keep doing these practices to keep his ears, eyes, nose and mouth healthy. The bold and simple drawings by artist Leonard George convey the message of making healthy choices. The author and illustrator are careful to make this book suitable for children of all backgrounds.