Hair In Funny Places The new book in Babette Cole s bestselling series of family dilemmas that began with Mummy Laid an Egg Puberty Who else but Babette Cole would have the temerity to tackle this subject in a picture boo

  • Title: Hair In Funny Places
  • Author: Babette Cole
  • ISBN: 9780099266266
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Paperback
  • The new book in Babette Cole s bestselling series of family dilemmas that began with Mummy Laid an Egg Puberty Who else but Babette Cole would have the temerity to tackle this subject in a picture book, and the genius to carry it off The text, which takes the form of a conversation between a small girl and her teddy bear, is ingenious and funny.As it turns out, it is tThe new book in Babette Cole s bestselling series of family dilemmas that began with Mummy Laid an Egg Puberty Who else but Babette Cole would have the temerity to tackle this subject in a picture book, and the genius to carry it off The text, which takes the form of a conversation between a small girl and her teddy bear, is ingenious and funny.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.

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    1. do not read this out loud at the local library or your daughter to will give you a filthy look too,great funny informative book that explains all the things that happen to a girl in story format awesome read.

    2. Certain parts of this book made me feel uneasy. Firstly, puberty hormones are depicted as hairy monsters. Puberty can be daunting for children and the imagery of evil little monsters cooking up batches of chemicals entitled "Essence of Pube", ready to be pumped around the body, will hardly put children at ease. The whole story puts a very negative spin on puberty. For young girls, with the exception of getting taller, the whole book focuses on the negatives of puberty. There is one illustration [...]

    3. As an adult reading it, I thought it was hilarious, but not for any good reasons. It was ridiculous. My 10-year-old step-daughter was equal parts horrified and amused for the same reasons, especially as we've reached the point where we can maturely and comfortable discuss puberty in our house without any hangups (on EITHER side) or sugar-coating. Trying to educate little girls about puberty years before they'll have anything to do with it is one thing, but we both agreed that telling little girl [...]

    4. Puberty. Who else but Babette Cole would have the temerity to tackle this subject in a picture book, and the genius to carry it off. The text, which takes the form of a conversation between a small girl and her teddy bear, is ingenious and funny.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 C [...]

    5. Although the illustrations of hormones as hairy, ugly monsters is a bit bizarre (though probably more true than we would like to admit), we really enjoyed this book. It is funny, educational and does a lot for teaching children about their bodies, puberty and just a hint about sex. The illustrations are silly, but also show girls and boys in their various stages of development in appropriate ways. How much you, as a parent, want to expand on this topic is up to you. But this book is a great star [...]

    6. 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". 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". This book does not go into "sex education" per se, but focuses instead on those basic changes that all boys and girls experience.

    7. I really didn't care for the illustrations in this book, and the way it was written was actually mildly annoying (Mr. and Mrs. Hormone are hairy little monsters who are angry about being woken up, so they mix their potions and basically create havoc in a kid's body). Didn't seem like a super positive approach to puberty.

    8. Just made me laugh really, but quite informative I suppose; in the most straight talking way I've ever seen in a children's book. Although it was my daughter who found this in the library, it will be a few years before she needs it, she's 2, so a more age appropriate review will be posted in about 8 years time lol

    9. A cute, funny approach to the embarrassing subject of puberty. A must-read for prepubescents. When parents hear their children laughing, the children can say they're reading and learning at the same time.

    10. Oh My! It is good to finally know that my Mr. and Mrs. Hormone look like trolls. I would say that explains a whole lot about puberty.

    11. what a wonderful book. i could never have explained puberty to my daughter without this book. it was so clearly written with fantastic illustrations!!

    12. Este libro es super gracioso para explicar la pubertad a los niƱos pero da un poco de cosica leerlo en voz alta.

    13. Terrifying, yet very funny (at least for adults) approach to puberty. One the librarians pass around for giggles.

    14. Thhis book tals about pubrety. This book shows children how they are going through physical changes. This book is great for 5th grade students.

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