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Bodily functions and changes are great fodder for children's stories.

Children of all sizes and ages have to learn to deal with bodily functions and changes. In the last decade, quite a few books about bodily functions that were considered taboo in polite society have become raging bestsellers. Consider content, fictional or nonfiction, about body types and differences, disease and sickness, the uses of your five senses, or potty training.

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