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Reviewed by Diane Kane for Readers' Favorite
Get to Know Your Body, written and illustrated by Ananya Prechavut, is a children’s picture book that takes an analytical look at the human body from a child’s perspective. Prechavut tells the facts of life in a way that children can understand. Get to Know Your Body answers the childhood question, “Where do babies come from?” honestly and practically. Prechavut gives a step-by-step outline of how babies are made and what parts of the human body are involved. Children will also learn more about eyes, ears, nose, and other body parts. Her illustrations are sweet and appealing. Prechavut’s book teaches children what each part of their body is and why they are important. Prechavut talks openly about the vagina and penis and emphasizes to children that it is not okay for anyone to touch someone else’s private parts without permission.
Get to Know Your Body explains the concept of where babies come from in a no-nonsense picture book that has just the right amount of facts without too much unnecessary detail. Parents whose children ask tough questions at young ages will appreciate Get to Know Your Body as a fun, colorful guide to start the conversation about the birds and the bees. Get to Know your Body is factual and accurate while remaining subtle and sensitive. Children will learn many important and educational facts about their bodies. Prechavut has written a book that many parents of inquisitive youngsters have been looking for to help answer the tough questions. Get to Know Your Body is about where babies come from and so much more.