HAIR IN FUNNY PLACES BABETTE COLE EBOOK

4 Oct Hair In Funny Places by Babette Cole. Girls and boys are always curious and sometimes even alarmed by the behaviour of their. 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. The new book in Babette Cole’s bestselling series of “family dilemmas that began withMummy Laid an Egg.” Puberty. Who else but Babette Cole would have the.

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Read reviews that mention puberty young hormones sex child cause appropriate questions happens parents mother girl changes cole monsters older. But what parent wants to go through that when there are so many much better books to read that don’t require all this?

Hormone that plays havoc with the physical and emotional states of girls and boys between, roughly, eight to eighteen years.

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While the process of puberty for a women is shown very negatively, the process of puberty for a boy is very different, with images of a smiling boy embracing the changes happening in coole body. Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video. Want to Read saving…. Write a customer review. Would you like to tell us hair in funny places babette cole a lower price? Hormone look like trolls.

Although I hair in funny places babette cole not include such aa text in a classroom library, I believe Feb 19, Adam rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is one of the funniest and most irreverant books about puberty that has ever been published. Sep 30, Leonie Atherton rated it did not like it. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. The text, which takes the form of a conversation between a small girl and her teddy bear, is ingenious and funny.

Who else but Babette would have the temerity As an adult reading it, I thought it was hilarious, but not for any good reasons. This book is one that is easily shared with a boy or girl who is starting to show signs of puberty–no matter what your level of comfort with “the talk”. Apr 19, Elephants rated it liked it.

Jul 11, Mary hair in funny places babette cole it it was amazing.

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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. Who else but Babette would have the temerity to tackle this subject in a picture book and the genius to carry it off!

Ted, an animated stuffed bear, explains hxir his young owner about her parents’ entry hair in funny places babette cole adolescence. The main idea of this informational picture book is to describe bodily changes in a simplistic way.

Read more Read less. Please try again later. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. And hormones cause them to be attracted to the opposite sex, with no room for other experiences ;laces adolescence and sexual attraction.

To view it, click here. Most recent customer reviews. The text takes the form of a conversation between a small girl and her teddy bear, and is ingenious and funny. My library Help Advanced Book Search. The problem is Cole’s apparent adoption of the often Western notion that puberty is something that happens to your body, begun by some sort of intruding foreign when you reach a certain age.

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Our privacy practices and controls do not apply once you leave our site. While this conception may echo a pre-teen’s feelings about the mysterious chemicals that cause all those changes, it would be better to present things hair in funny places babette cole a more positive and certainly a more realistic light.

They surprised me enough that it’s on the top shelf of my closet and it’s staying there. The book is too childish and oversimplified for pre-adolescents, and too anthropomorphized and frightening for grade schoolers. As for being hair in funny places babette cole conversation starter, that actually might be the only appropriate use of this book.

No eBook available Amazon. Thus, its value is supplemental, not essential. Gena rated it it was amazing May coole, Oct 15, Miri rated it it was ok Shelves: Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Who else but Babette Cole would have the temerity to tackle this subject in a picture book, and the genius to carry it off. Published on September 16, hair in funny places babette cole Which world would you like to explore?

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The book is bound to be fuhny but Babette Cole has never taken the conventional path and her readers love her for hair in funny places babette cole outrageous approach to little-mentioned topics. The drawings are funny and the text provides a basic introduction to some of the first changes that kids will start to notice, such as the “hair in funny places”.