Item description for The Holes in Your Nose by Genichiro Yagyu & Amanda Mayer Stinchecum...
This second book in the My Body Science series confronts the curiosity children have about the holes in their noses. For an entertaining, informative and hopefully helpful few minutes, read this book to a child. You'll both have fun! Full color.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jun 4, 2005
Publisher Kane/Miller Book Pub
ISBN 1929132824 ISBN13 9781929132829
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Holes in Your Nose?
Breaking Preschool Habits!! Jan 10, 2007
This book has been helpful with my current preschool nose pickers. Some of them have cut down on their habit. Books go along way in reinforcing a teacher's opinion!
Must Have!!!! Apr 9, 2005
Every child loves these books! I even read this one to my sons Kindergarden class, I never heard them so quiet!!! It is lovely and geared for kids just learning all about crazy things our bodies do!!!!!
Hits and misses with this one... Nov 1, 2003
Overall if you liked *Everyone Poops* you'll probably like this one....just not nearly as much.
I have to say that while the whole family really enjoyed *everyone poops* which was innovative and funny in a laugh out loud sort of way this one kind of smacked of "how can i do something similar again?" The jokes are somewhat similar in that they are of the body humor variety but with this book they are more of the gross-out variety as opposed to the innovative sort.
That said, that kind of subtlty tends to get lost on children. My son found this book just as much of a hoot as the poop book. His sense of humor isnt, shall we say, all that sophisticated and *going for the gross-out* in his case might be considered a plus.
So while I, as a mom, didn't find this to be anywhere near as good as the other book, I think my son enjoyed it as much and since it was a book for him, I have to say that ultimately it was a good purchase.
gross Aug 17, 2001
"Everyone Poops' is a tasteful classic. "The Holes In Your Nose" is not. We were given it as a gift, but I put it aside after only one reading, saying my kid could read it to himself once he got old enough, but I didn't have to suffer through reading it aloud ever again. We don't need to read about someone picking his nose and eating it! Disgusting, and not worthy of being promoted alongside 'Everyone Poops', as it so often is.
go nose holes!!! Apr 22, 2001
we totally loved this book. it was so honest and refreshing! ESPECIALLY the part where the dude FARTS (and says BRRRROMMMM)!!! the illustrations were delightful. oh, and- HAVE YOU CLEANED YOUR HOLES TODAY? (i have). =) thank you, and enjoy your flight into the land of the NOSEholes. !