Pelos por todas partes: o la hormona alborotada

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Destino, 1999 - Literary Criticism - 40 pages
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Después de dormir durante varios años, la señora Hormona anda alborotada. Una visión desenfadada y divertida sobre la pubertad y los cambios que comporta, un tema que intriga a todos los niños.

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User Review  - mirikayla - LibraryThing

I really didn't care for the illustrations in this book, and the way it was written was actually mildly annoying (Mr. and Mrs. Hormone are hairy little monsters who are angry about being woken up, so ... Read full review

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User Review  - arodri13 - LibraryThing

Hair in Funny Places is a cute and comedic approach to explaining puberty. Cole uses colorful pictures and text to reach her readers. The main idea of this informational picture book is to describe bodily changes in a simplistic way. Read full review

About the author (1999)

Babette Cole was born on a little island called Jersey in 1950. She went to school in a convent but left and went to Art School at Canterbury in England. She graduated in 1973 with an honours degree. Cole made friends with Peter Firmin and Oliver Postgate who were making Children's TV programmes for the BBC. They gave Cole her my first job drawing for Jackanory and TV comics. Then, since she had had some work published by the BBC, she was able to go to other publishers with her own books and was finally published in 1976. Cole has written over 70 books, the most famous being"Mummy Laid An Egg". It sold a million copies.

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