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Hair In Funny Places

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The Boy’s Body Book is here to help with expert advice, common sense tips, fast facts, and answers to all questions a boy might have. This ""off-color, disjointed tale"" with a medical pretext is ""likely to inspire hilarity in the toilet-humor crowd,"" said PW. Ages 4-6. Continue reading » Partisans of ponydom will welcome this characteristically zany picture book by Cole ( Tarzanna ; Supermoo ), as usual replete with abrupt plot twists. Winni, pressured by her vegetarian parents to Continue reading » Etiquette experts seldom dwell on the uproarious consequences of carelessness. Cole (Dr. Dog), on the other hand, considers chaos the spice of life. In a singsongy voice, the author lectures her Continue reading »

Cole (The BAD Good Manners Book) turns greeting-card sentiment inside out in this pictorial tale of Truelove, a lonesome dog whose owners dote on their new baby. Continue reading » The Bad Good Manners Book, this guide offers reasonable advice on table settings, fine dining and how to comport oneself. On Continue reading » One half of the book is filled with questions commonly asked by girls entering puberty, and the other half with questions asked by boys. "If you can only afford one book on puberty for this age group, this is the one to have. In the flippant, whimsical style familiar to Cole aficionados, the story of Cupid encompasses the reader in a world of gods come to earth. The obsession of Cupid's mother with beauty--and beauty Continue reading » Sexual equality comes to fairy tales in this jaunty, contemporary version of the put-upon sibling. Ages 4-8. Continue reading »Cole's ( The Trouble with Uncle ) latest creation is Supermoo, a heroic heifer determined to protect Earth. Like Superman, the cape-wearing bovine flies with ease, but she also takes certain cues Continue reading » Two children explain to their parents, using their own drawings, where babies come from. Suggested level: preschool, junior, primary. The illustrations are silly but show teenage girls and boys in their various stages of development in appropriate ways, and while Cole's occasionally gleeful depiction of naked bodies might raise a few adult eyebrows, children will be sure to laugh out loud. Hair in Funny Places is an excellent basic introduction for young, pre-pubescent boys and girls alike, which does much to normalise the experience and pave the way for future discussions. How much you, as a parent, seek to expand on the topic is then up to you. Mom wears funny pointed hats with rats riding on the brim, and when she makes cupcakes they explode, which the neighborhood kids love, and their parents hate. In fact, they forbid their children to Continue reading » Cole is not the shy type. Her Drop Dead cheerfully explored mortality, and her Bad Good Manners Book took a dubious view of etiquette. This picture book, whose cover shows a boy and girl slicing a Continue reading »

This facts-of-life book has become a classic, despite its controversial subject matter. Cole firmly believed in children's right to knowledge about their own bodies and the accompanying pictures are never vulgar. Take a classic story, substitute a few key ingredients, season freely with silliness and imagination, dress it all up in jaunty illustrations, and what have you got? In the case of Cole's Prince Continue reading » PreS-Gr 2-In this fine translation of Cole's Truelove (London, Jonathan Cape Ltd., 2001), a family pet is displaced by the arrival of a new baby. The situation is fully framed from the pet's point Continue reading » The trouble with Gran is that, beneath her grandmotherly exterior, she's an alienand a rather lively, headstrong one at that. Her young grandson is therefore apprehensive when his class undertakes an Continue reading » Girls and boys are always curious and sometimes even alarmed by the behaviour of their bodies as they grow up. This text takes the form of a conversation between a small girl and her teddy bear. It is the behaviour of Mr and Mrs Hormone which is responsible for and plays havoc with the physical and emotional states of girls and boys in puberty.Brainy and bespectacled rat Ethelyn, an aspiring brain surgeon, earns the respect of her fellow ``ratlettes'' in a fast-paced tale especially helpful to those adjusting to a new school. When Ethelyn Continue reading » Hairy hats and hairy feet Hair that doesn’t smell too sweet! With her irresistible illustrations and wonderfully funny text, who better to guide us through all things hairy than the brilliant Babette Cole. Cole (Mommy Laid an Egg) uses a medical pretext to indulge fans of scatological jokes in this off-color, disjointed tale. Things begin innocently enough: the Gumboyle family's dog is not only their Continue reading »

This is a book that helps introduce kids to puberty.. about the changes their body will undergo as they grow older.. what happens.. and some hardships involved. The new book in Babette Cole’s bestselling series of “family dilemmas that began with Mummy Laid an Egg.” The book is bound to be controversial but Babette has never taken the conventional path and her readers love her for her outrageous approach to little mentioned topics. Our servers are getting hit pretty hard right now. To continue shopping, enter the characters as they are shown

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As it turns out, it is the behaviour of the wonderfully depicted Mr. and Mrs. Hormone that plays havoc with the physical and emotional states of girls and boys between, roughly, eight to eighteen years. The book is bound to be controversial but Babette Cole has never taken the conventional path and her readers love her for her outrageous approach to little-mentioned topics. Cole ( Supermoo ) unleashes her endearingly loony sense of humor on the subject of the birds and the bees, and the result is, as expected, hilarious. When a thoroughly befuddled set of '90s parents Continue reading » It can be used to have or start conversations with kids about growth and changes ( physical and emotional), body positivity , consent and safety, reproduction.. esp when kids starts to ask questions about hair distribution... body differences between male and female , and adult and child ... and they are curious about how babies are made...

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