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It's so amazing! : a book about eggs, sperm, birth, babies, and families —Harris, Robie H., author.

Uses bird and bee cartoon characters to present straightforward explanations of topics related to sexual development, love, reproduction, adoption, sexually transmitted diseases, and more.

It's perfectly normal : changing bodies, growing up, sex, gender, and sexual health —Harris, Robie H., author.

REVISED & UPDATED. PREVIOUS EDITION, ISBN 9780763668723. When children wonder about sex, where will they go for the answers? Providing accurate, lucid, unbiased answers to nearly every conceivable question children may h...

It's not the stork! : a book about girls, boys, babies, bodies, families, and friends —Harris, Robie H., author.

Young children are curious about almost everything, especially their bodies. And young children are not afraid to ask questions. What makes me a girl? What makes me a boy? Why are some parts of girls' and boys' bodies th...

Priscilla Gorilla —Bottner, Barbara, author.

"Priscilla is obsessed with gorillas. But when her ape-like behavior gets her sent to the Thinking Corner, Priscilla wonders if she is really channeling her inner gorilla, or just being a troublemaker"-- Provided by publ...

It's perfectly normal : changing bodies, growing up, sex, and sexual health —Harris, Robie H., author.

Introduces human sexuality, describes the changes brought about by puberty, and discusses sexual abuse, sexually transmitted diseases, AIDS, and pregnancy.

You read to me, I'll read to you : very short fables to read together —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

Retells thirteen of Aesop's fables, with each short poem inviting two readers to read their own parts, and then read the passage in the central column together.

I can make a train noise —Emberley, Michael, author, illustrator.

"A girl transforms a cafe into a train by making train noises with words"-- Provided by publisher.

Forget-me-nots : poems to learn by heart

Present a new collection of poems, from both classic and contemporary poets, which are especially suited for learning by heart and reciting aloud.

Maybe a bear ate it! —Harris, Robie H.

At bedtime, a young boy who cannot find his favorite book imagines the various creatures that might have taken it from him.

Baby's firsts —Day, Nancy Raines, author.

Told in rhyming text, the story traces the development of a baby from birth to his first birthday.

Miss Brooks loves books! (and I don't) —Bottner, Barbara.

A first-grade girl who does not like to read stubbornly resists her school librarian's efforts to convince her to love books until she finds one that might change her mind.

It's perfectly normal : a book about changing bodies, growing up, sex, and sexual health —Harris, Robie H.

Text and illustrations present the facts of sex, from conception and puberty through birth control and AIDS.

The ultimate guide to grandmas and grandpas —Lloyd-Jones, Sally, 1960-

Provides insights into making your grandparents happy, from singing and dancing for them to letting them give you special treats and presents.

Very short fairy tales to read together —Hoberman, Mary Ann.

This book uses traditional reading teaching techniques (alliteration, rhyme, repetition, short sentences) to invite young children to read along with an adult. Eight short fairy tales fit on one spread and feature the ch...

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