Inspector Bodyguard to the rescue/Scoobynatural

So, I'm currently laid out with a pretty unpleasant stomach bug, although it seems to finally be settling down a bit (I'm reaching the bored stage, whereas this morning I just slept on and off between ... incidents), and this whole thing reminds of a book I loved as a kid--Inspector Bodyguard Patrols the Land of U. It turned various ailments (both injuries and illnesses) into battles between the relevant systems of the body and the intruders, showing how everything works together to perform various needed tasks.

(I think my personal Inspector Bodyguard needs to rally the troops right now.)

Did anyone else have favorite science books as a kid? I remember loving The Magic Schoolbus, but that series tended to parse things out a little more, I think, instead of focusing on how things work together as a whole.

Regarding Scoobynatural: it felt short, in the very best way, leaving me going, "oh! it's over already?" I'm too tired to go through and ennumerate the various scenes and lines that I loved, but there were a lot of them. What were yours?
Ugh, sorry you're ill! Hope you feel better quickly.

Scoobynatural was just a lot of fun, I need to have a rewatch now!
Feeling much better, thanks!

And rewatching sounds like an excellent idea for the weekend... :D
I forgot it Supernatural was on and it was the episode I was waiting for. Only caught the last half hour. Bummer...

Sorry your not feeling well hon, feel better. "HUGS"
Aw--I hope you manage to see the whole thing, because the beginning is wonderful fun.

Am much better now, thanks!
I think I mostly am, finally. Though Tuesday seemed a small eternity....

Thanks for the well-wishes!
Hope you feel better soon! And I loved Scoobynatural - it just worked in every way for me! :)
I am, thanks! And glad you enjoyed the episode as well--it really was just delightful frothy fun. :)
*sends healing vibes and good thoughts* I hope you rally soon bb x♥x

Scoobynatural made my day! ♥
I'm feeling much better now, thank goodness. Still some lingering aftereffects in the nether regions, but no more queasiness or excessive fatigue or anything.