Hair In Funny Places has ratings and 26 reviews. Emma said: I used this with my class of 9 year olds for SRE. It was just about right, introducing ho. Who else but Babette Cole would have the audacity to tackle puberty in a picture Hair in Funny Places is fifth in the ‘family dilemmas’ series that began with. Hair in Funny Places, by Babette Cole, is an explanation of puberty written with humour! I love it as it introduces the concept of the physical and emotional.
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Hair in Funny Places
Book for Girls Simon Sullivan. Thhis book tals about pubrety. What’s Happening To Me? Good Ln Yoga Mariam Gates. Return to Book Page. Firstly, puberty hormones are depicted as hairy monsters. Name Please enter your first name only. When Babette Cole died at the beginning of this yearmany authors and fans went into mourning – she was a unique and joyful voice in children’s books.
Clle was no advice given on how to combat changes in the body and social issues surrounding them.
Hair In Funny Places
Hair in Funny Places. Good Night, Spot Eric Hill. Amity Stevenson rated it really liked it Jun 24, Nov 25, Carmen rated it liked it Shelves: Hair in Funny Places is an excellent abbette introduction for young, pre-pubescent boys and girls alike, which does much to normalise the experience and pave the way for future discussions. Although the illustrations of hormones as hairy, ugly monsters is a bit bizarre though probably more true than we would like to admitwe really enjoyed this book.
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It is funny, educational and does a lot for teaching children about their bodies, puberty and just a hint about sex.
She spent much of her life in Lincolnshire, before moving to Kent and then westward through Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. A Book of Empathy Susan Verde.
My positive would be that the author address’s that everyone develops differently and at different times. Feb 19, Adam rated it it was amazing Shelves: Doctor de Soto William Steig.
Third Edition Kelli Dunham. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. She produced animated storyboards for the BBC and illustrated numerous greetings cards and books by other authors as well as her own.
There’s very little factual terminology in this book. People who bought this also bought. Blame My Brain Nicola Morgan.
Hair In Funny Places by Babette Cole
But this book is a great star Although the illustrations of hormones as hairy, ugly monsters is a bit bizarre though probably more true than we would like to admitwe really enjoyed this book. Who else but Babette Cole would have the audacity to tackle puberty in a picture book – and the comic genius to make it work? Becoming Kareem Kareem Ln.
There is one illustration of a bikini clad young woman with a “grown up body” walking down the beach smiling while getting ogled by two young men which I found very disturbing.
Girl Stuff Kaz Cooke. Who else but Babette would have the temerity to tackle this subject in a picture book and the genius to carry it off! Interesting facts told in a strange and child safe way. As an adult reading it, I thought it was hilarious, but not for any good reasons.
Prince Cinders Babette Cole. Where Willy Went Nicholas Allan. What’s Happening to My Body? Didn’t seem like a super positive approach to puberty. Out of My Mind Sharon M. The Girl Files Jacqui Bailey. When parents hear their children laughing, the children can say they’re reading and learning at the same time.
Fourth Edition Kelli Dunham. As it turns out, it is the behaviour of the wonderfully depicted Mr. Sperm is described as “some sticky stuff” menstruation is described as “a tiny bit of blood babetye her knickers” and pubic hair is referred to as hair in “funny” places.
This book shows children how they are going through physical changes. Children’s First Cookbook Annabel Karmel. Her fantastically detailed illustrations have been just….
Katherine loves learning about the amazing human body and the pictures in this book are great. Oct 15, Miri rated it it was ok Shelves: Plzces, yet very funny at least for adults approach to puberty. Perfect for the year old. This is one of the funniest and most irreverant books about puberty that has ever been published.