Everybody Has A Bellybutton

Everybody Has A Bellybutton

Your Life Before You Were Born

Book - 1997
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Baker & Taylor
Describes how human beings develop, floating in the womb attached to their mothers by the umbilical cord, and how, after they are born, the navel remains as a reminder

Perseus Publishing
Everybody has a bellybutton, but what is its purpose? Award-winning author Laurence Pringle provides the answer in this unique angle on life from a single cell to birth. Pringle explains how the bellybutton is a vital link to life-giving-nutrients, water, and oxygen for a fetus in the womb. Everybody's bellybutton is a reminder of that mysterious, yet wonderful, time of life before birth. Enhanced by Clare Wood's strikingly detailed illustrations, Pringle's gentle description of life in the womb is both understandable and enjoyable for young children. A note to parents and a book list for further reading are included.


Boyd Brew
Everybody has a bellybutton, but what is its purpose? Award-winning author Laurence Pringle provides the answer in this unique angle on life from a single cell to birth. Pringle explains how the bellybutton is a vital link to life-giving-nutrients, water, and oxygen for a fetus in the womb. Everybody's bellybutton is a reminder of that mysterious, yet wonderful, time of life before birth. Enhanced by Clare Wood's strikingly detailed illustrations, Pringle's gentle description of life in the womb is both understandable and enjoyable for young children. A note to parents and a book list for further reading are included.


Boyds Mills Pr
Everybody has a bellybutton, but what is its purpose? Award-winning author Laurence Pringle provides the answer in this unique angle on life from a single cell to birth. Pringle explains how the bellybutton is a vital link to life-giving-nutrients, water, and oxygen for a fetus in the womb. Everybody's bellybutton is a reminder of that mysterious, yet wonderful, time of life before birth. Enhanced by Clare Wood's strikingly detailed illustrations, Pringle's gentle description of life in the womb is both understandable and enjoyable for young children. A note to parents and a book list for further reading are included.


Baker
& Taylor

Detailed illustrations accompany a warm, simple explanation of the development of human life from a single cell to birth, a time we are reminded of by our bellybuttons, through which we once drew nutrients, water, and oxygen.
Discusses human life before birth and, hence, the reason for the bellybutton.

Publisher: Honesdale, Pa. : Boyds Mills Press, 1997
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781563970092
1563970090
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill ; 21 x 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Wood, Clare

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