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by Kate Petty

eBook Made with Love ePub
Author: Kate Petty
ISBN: 0864614411
ISBN13: 978-0864614414
Publisher: Egmont Books
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 285
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ePub file: 1697 kb
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As you can see from the picture of the cover, the book is done in bright primary colors and uses very sweet illustrations that you and your kids are sure to love.

As you can see from the picture of the cover, the book is done in bright primary colors and uses very sweet illustrations that you and your kids are sure to love. I really appreciated that the children and parents in this book come in different skin tones and don't look a bit dated (the book was published in 2004).

Kate Petty (1951–2007) was the innovative author of more than two hundred books for children, including fiction, nonfiction, and picture books. Her award-winning pop-up books with illustrator Jennie Maizels and her collaborations with the Eden Project in Cornwall, England, are among her most popular works.

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Author: Kate Petty, Charlotte Middleton ISBN 10: 0333741862. Title: Made with Love: How Babies are Made Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book. Read full description.

Summer Cool, Kate Petty, 2005, Juvenile Fiction, 596 pages. Holly is already in love with a boy she met in Barbados but will her dream last. Four girls are in for some surprises when they each promise to have a holiday romance. What's Inside Your Tummy, Mummy?, Abby Cocovini, 2007, Childbirth, 20 pages. The perfect book for introducing a young child to to the concept of where babies come from and how they grow.

Kate Petty has spent many years working with children's books and is a successful author of non-fiction for .

Kate Petty has spent many years working with children's books and is a successful author of non-fiction for many ages. She has written several successful non-fiction books for Macmillan including Ben Plants A Butterfly Garden (0 333 78109 0), Sam Plants A Sunflower (0 333 68259 9) and Rosie Plants A Radish (0 333 78107 4); Charlotte's illustration style is unique in her use of bright collage and black line. She has illustrated two picture books - Lucky Socks and Tabitha's Terrifically Tough Tooth (Gullane Children's Books) This is her first book for Macmillan.

She has written over 100 non-fiction books, including the highly inventive Great Grammar Book. Her books for Macmillan include Made With Love.

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Olma
A great and gentle way to introduce human reproduction. I used it for my 10 year old daughter who thought that sex was just dating, her friends seemed to know more than her and she was feeling embarrassed. Great book, recommended to me by a friend
Goktilar
An excellent book which in a simple and concise way explains where babies come from.
Only note of imprecision is still using the childs idea that the baby is in some way connected to the tummy.
Though this is often a childs response since the stomach is much higher in the body than they realise.
Despite that well worth the cost and the colourful pages add interest.
Silver Globol
This is a wonderful, tasteful book about how babies are made (conceived, developed in utero, and born). Each page presents a child asking a question (e.g. "Where did I come from?", "How did I get into your tummy?", "How did the sperm get from Dad to you?", "When did I start to look like a baby?", "Could you feel me moving inside you?", "How did you know when I was ready to be born?", etc.) and a parent, sometimes a mom and sometimes a dad, answering the question with concise, tasteful, correct and easily understood words. As you can see from the picture of the cover, the book is done in bright primary colors and uses very sweet illustrations that you and your kids are sure to love. I really appreciated that the children and parents in this book come in different skin tones and don't look a bit dated (the book was published in 2004). I bought this book after a lot of research on the web, conducted frantically on the night of my son's sixth birthday, just after he asked me ALL the questions that I was not at all prepared to answer. We leave this book out in our room and read it when the kids ask us to do so. Our four-year old daughter is very interested in it, more so than our son. For now though, I do skip over the pages that deal specifically with sperm, eggs and private parts. She loves the book any way and is fine when I tell her I'll read her the rest of the pages when she's a bit older. I've read the whole thing to my son since he has asked lots of very detailed questions. I would highly recommend buying this book BEFORE your kids start asking questions though if you, like me, have already been grilled on how babies are made, this is a great book. For now this book is only available from the U.K. but it is definitely worth the extra shipping and wait time. It help that the book is very reasonably priced.
Zavevidi
The strength of this book is that it is accurate, detailed, but most important: age appropriate for probably age 4 - 10. Some children's books on this topic gloss over conception in an unrealistic way. However, this one does a good job. The only thing wrong is that it states a baby grows in the Mom's "tummy." I crossed that out with pencil and wrote "uterus," in the copy I bought for my children. For the rest of the book however, correct terminology is used.

I recommend this title for primary schools, because even though it looks like a picture book for younger children, it would be perfect even for 10 - 12 year olds as well. Older children could be asked (after studying a unit on human reproduction) "what is wrong in this book?" They should be old enough to know babies grow in the uterus, not the stomach. Highly recommended.
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