A young child's introduction to human reproduction, first published in hardback in 1997, which follows the first nine months of a childs life within its mothers womb. Ideal for National Curriculum Key Stage 1-2. Illustrated in full colour by Brita Granstrom
If you choose to share 'the facts of life' with children at a young age, this is the perfect book to do so. It gently guides the reader through each stage of a child's development within the womb with charming illustrations and simple explanations, inviting lots of discussion and providing answers to all those questions. Shortlisted for the Junior Science Book Award (now the Royal Society's Science Prize).
Mick Manning and Brita Granstrom
are a creative team who work together on both text and illustration. Together they have produced many titles for Franklin Watts and won many awards, including the Silver Smarties prize forThe World Is Full of Babies, the TES information book award for What's Under the Bed? and the English Association non-fiction award for Wash, Scrub, Brush! and Voices of the Rainforest and, in 2014, Charlie's War Illustrated - Remembering World War I. They live in the Scottish Borders.