Under Our Clothes: Our First Talk about Our Bodies

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Product Details

Price
$19.95  $18.55
Publisher
Orca Book Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
10.3 X 8.6 X 0.5 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781459820975

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About the Author

Jane Heinrichs is a children's book writer and illustrator. She is the author/illustrator of the hybrid graphic novel Every Home Needs An Elephant. Jane starts her day at a clear desk with her huge sketchbook (for books) and her tiny sketchbook (for daily drawings) but usually ends up sitting on the floor, surrounded by a collection of paints, pencils and papers. She lives in the UK with her family.

Reviews

"Will come in handy as kids develop greater awareness of their bodies within the context of larger society...its information can help children better understand situations and feelings about their bodies."-- "Booklist"
"A good addition for libraries and families with young children who are still learning that their bodies are their own."-- "Resource Links"
"I love this book so much. Whatever grade level your students are in, this is a perfect book to share in a maturation class and a good refresher for an adult about how to talk to students about these issues."-- "Kiss the Book blog"
"The question/answer format of this book and the other books in this series make this book an excellent resource for classrooms or home libraries."-- "Must Read Literature: K thru YA"
"A cheery and buoyant introduction to timely and imperative topics for young readers; especially useful in a guidance setting."-- "School Library Journal"

"The message professes that all bodies are beautiful."

-- "Kirkus Reviews"
"Frankness and honesty are hallmarks of this series, and Under Our Clothes: Our First Talk About Our Bodies is a useful resource to facilitate important conversations. Highly Recommended."-- "CM: Canadian Review of Materials"