Book Review: Anatomy for Babies: Baby 101 by Jonathan Litton is a first book for babies and toddlers about bodies.
A short overview of this book
Anatomy for Babies: Baby 101 by Jonathan Litton is a book for starting important conversations about bodies. An important part of sex education in the early years is to talk to kids about their body and to name the different parts and to explain what they do.
So you can use this book to talk about the different parts of the body and their function ie what they do. But it doesn’t include the reproductive organs. (I have yet to find a board book that does.) So you will need to add these parts in, yourself.
You can learn more on this page, about how to talk to kids about sex education.
What’s the ideal age for this book?
Anatomy for Babies: Baby101 by Jonathan Litton is ideal for children under tha age of 3.
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