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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There’s very little factual terminology in this book.

Mar 01, Ronda rated it really liked it Shelves: An outgoing way to talk about puberty to your children. Puberty being a particularly unsettling time, Babette Cole has made this the subject of the fifth title in her bestselling series of ‘family dilemmas’.

Hair In Funny Places

Walk Two Moons Sharon Creech. Perfect Scoundrels Ally Carter. This field is required. Is fiction actually stranger than fact? The Period Book Jennifer Gravelle. Jun 22, Petra X rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book shows children how they are going through physical changes. Name Please enter your first name only. Thhis book tals about pubrety. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Search the site Search term is required. Mummy Laid an Egg!


What’s Happening To Me? The illustrations are silly, but also show girls and boys in their various stages of development in appropriate ways. Aug 21, Peacegal rated it it was ok. In Hair in Funny Places her artwork is without exaggeration some of the best she has ever done: Blame My Brain Nicola Morgan. 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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Sep 01, Darci added it. Babette Cole This facts-of-life book has become a classic, despite its controversial subject matter.

Sarah rated it really liked it May 16, Just a moment while we sign you in babrtte your Goodreads account. Diary of a Brilliant Kid Andy Cope. Hormone that plays havoc with the physical and emotional states of girls and boys between, roughly, eight to eighteen years.

One the librarians pass around for giggles. The text, which takes the form of a conversation between a small girl and her teddy bear, is ingenious and funny. Here are the instructions of how to enable JavaScript in your browser.

Looking for beautiful books? 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. Published October 4th by Red Fox first published January 1st Fourth Edition Kelli Dunham. To view it, click here. Apr 13, Rickie rated it it was amazing.


When parents hear their children laughing, the children can say they’re reading and learning at the same time. 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.

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 As an adult reading it, I thought it was hilarious, but not for any good reasons.

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A hai, funny approach to the embarrassing subject of puberty. Who else but Babette Cole would have the audacity to tackle puberty in a picture book – and the comic genius to make it work? It is the behaviour of Mr and Mrs Hormone wonderfully depicted which is responsible for and plays havoc with the physical and emotional states of girls and boys throughout puberty.

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