In her latest non-fiction book for young readers, Anna Fiske deals with a questionall children are curious about: How do you make a baby?
Using playful, brightly coloured illustrations, Anna Fiske answers the question in the book's title with perfect precision, providing parents and children with a
brilliant starting-point for further discussion.
How do you make a baby? is informational, funny and warm, and is suitable for children aged 4 and up.ize for her picture book The Girls.
It is so elegantly done, so nice and easy, warm and with humour as well as intelligence. This should win Anna Fiske even more awards.
Honest and amazing!
How do you make a Baby? gives a proper answer to the question asked by the title - without nonsense, but in a cheerful way. An undertone of wonder and thankfulness for life follow us all the way through. Anna Fiske has made a complete non-fiction about life that include us all.
Anna Fiske does not go the long way around when she tells us how babies are made. She offers fun education for shy parents and curious children.
It is unusual to see this kind of uncensored illustrations in a book for children. But why not call things by their name? Fiske shows what happens during intercourse, and also tell us that not everyone can have children the natural way. IVF, insemination and adoption all get their explanation.
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