Clare Johnson

Clare Johnson, Independent Usborne Organiser


How are babies made?

How are babies made?

Flip-flap books
How are babies made?

  • Lively information book with friendly cartoon-style illustrations
  • Flaps reveal hidden processes, fun facts and surprises
  • Follow the progress of a baby changing as it grows

Find out how a baby grows inside its mother – with the help of fantastic fold-out flaps. Bold cartoon-style illustrations show where a baby comes from, how long it takes to grow and what a newborn baby does, and flaps reveal hidden processes and amazing facts.

Paperback:

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Extra information

Key Stage: KS1 PSHE/S; Age 3+

Paperback:
ISBN: 9780746025024
16 pages + fold-out flaps
210 x 210mm

Author/Editor: Alastair Smith

Illustrator: Maria Wheatley

Press reviews

This book is a useful resource for parents and teachers to help them in answering young children’s questions about how babies are made in a simple, engaging way. The lively language and entertaining lift-the-flap format take you on a journey to discover how a baby forms inside its mother, and the attractive illustrations show the baby changing as it grows...and grows...and grows!
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Reader reviews

Perfect for small children
I bought this book three years ago when pregnant with my youngest. My other children were 3 and 1 at the time, and they both found it fascinating. Since then, I lent the book out to several people and have no idea where it ended up! I'm expecting another child now, and will be buying this book again for my kids who are now 6, 4 and 2. It is age-appropriate and gave me a jumping off point for how to explain sex and babies to small children in a way that they could understand. I can't recommend this book enough!

Sarah C, 1st September 2009