Book Review: A book for kids that talks about female reproductive anatomy.
A short overview of this book
I’m a Girl: Special Me by Shelley Metten from Anatomy for Kids is a factual book that explains the female reproductive anatomy to children.
This is a series of 4 books, of which this is the first book. Basically, this book introduces what makes girls different, and provides age-appropriate and sensitive information for girls on their anatomy (internal and external) and introduces how babies are made (sex is not talked about).
The second book, I’m a Girl: My Changing Body is for 8-10 year olds, and the third book, I’m a Girl: Hormones is for 11-13 year olds. The author also has a new book for the next age group, that I have yet to look at – I’m a Girl, how are boys different?
Sexual intercourse is NOT talked about in this book.
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What’s the ideal age for this book?
I’m a Girl: Special Me by Shelley Metten is ideal for children between the ages of 5 – 7 years of age.
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