Yasmine’s Belly Button

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$11.99

It’s Yasmine’s first day of school and she has butterflies in her tummy! Speaking of her tummy, what’s that little round thing on it called again? And what is it for anyway?

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It’s Yasmine’s first day of school and she has butterflies in her tummy! Speaking of her tummy, what’s that little round thing on it called again? And what is it for anyway? Yasmine’s Belly Button is a touching story that explores the depth of love in a mother-daughter relationship, all told through the wild imagination of a 4 year-old. Along the way, little Yasmine discovers just how connected she is to her mom and all her new classmates.

Ages 3+
36 Pages, 8.5×11″ soft-cover, perfect-bound

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Weight 200 g
Dimensions 21.6 x .2 x 28 cm

2 reviews for Yasmine’s Belly Button

  1. 5 out of 5

    Yasmine’s Belly button by Asmaa Hussain is a story of one young girl and her worries and questions about her belly button. Wistful illustrations by Charity Russell capturing how Yasmine imagines herself in her mother’s womb are spot on – producing a knowing smile from me as a parent. A lovely addition to any young reader’s nook!

  2. 5 out of 5

    The most beautiful sentence of this story was when her mother tells her to find something common with her classmates. Which made me wonder how some people can’t have body parts that you have, color of skin that you wear, language that you speak, religion that you follow…the list goes on. The belly button is probably an only visible thing that we all have in common. No matter what color, race, gender, abilities etc.
    A sign that we all came from another human being to another to another…which all connects us way back as well.

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