iBLURB for Kiddies 5

Theme: The Naked Truth!

Quote: Parenting without a sense of humour is like being an accountant - who sucks at math.

Nuddy Ned  by Kes Gray & Garry Parsons
He didn’t? He did! 
He hasn’t? He Has!
He wouldn’t? He would!
He isn’t? He is!
Scooting down the garden path,
cartwheeling along the high street …

Ned just can’t be stopped!
I'm Nuddy Ned, I'm Nuddy Ned,
jimjams aren't for me!
I'm never wearing clothes again,
the nuddy life's for me!

Can ANYONE convince Ned to put his clothes back on? (This is a laugh-out-loud riotous romp with some cheeky lift-the-flaps) Ages 2+

Nudie Rudie  by Emma Quay
One, two Rudie Nudie,
Rudie Nudie in the bath...'
Emma Quay captures all the joy and energy of childhood in this irresistible rhyming tale. With it's charming illustrations and lively text, 'Rudie Nudie' is destined to become an instant family favourite!  Ages 2+
‘This book is just delightful! The charming illustrations and child-like rhyming language is a wonderful part of my son's nightly bedtime routine. Highly recommended!’    (Way to go Emma!)

You can't go to school naked!  by Dianne Billstrom and Don Kilpatrick
A guaranteed crowd-pleaser! Lots of kids like to run around naked and here's a funny book to remind them why it's best to keep their clothes on, particularly at school. Just think about it? Could you go down the slippery dip? Steal second base? This little guy's parents warn him of many dangers he'd face if he went to school without clothes on, and eventually he sees their point. But if he has to wear something, it's going to be what he chooses (and it's only slightly better than going naked). Kids will giggle and squirm at the silly scenarios this little guy imagines and will cheer at his unique solution.  (A bit of a giggle!)

Everyone’s got a bottom  by Tess Rowley
We all have bodies and we ALL want to keep them safe. Everyone’s got a bottom is a story about Ben and his brother Jack and his little sister Emma learning and talking together. This book is a tool for parents and carers to gently start a conversation with children about self protection. (Be warned - this book uses correct terminology for body parts) Ages 3 - 8+
"This little book is badly needed for helping parents, carers, teachers and child-care personnel to keep children safe and aware of personal boundaries"
Everyone's got a bottom is a collaboration between Family Planning Queensland, writer Tess Rowley, illustrator Jodi Edwards and experts from the early childhood and child protection sectors. Professor Freda Briggs

A cute little bear behind!