The "It's Not the Stork" series is one my kids love. Both "It's Not The Stork" and "It's So Amazing!" would probably be appropriate for your girl's ages.
I recommended these in the 2nd post. I think they're great for these ages, but I guess some people would think they're too explicit. I'm cool with explicit, though.
As a woman who uses labia and vagina and clitoris all correctly....
When I was preggo with DS I swore that my vagina hurt....not labia, vagina. Went to my MW to find that it was actually my left labia hurting (thanks to a mega varacose vein). So, even when one goes to the doctor complaining of '____' hurting and they know their anatomy, they can still be wrong.
As a mama to a son I must say....I'd like to strangle the person that started calling testicles 'balls'. Arg!!!! Hate it!!
As for as book recomendations....I''d go with a drawing or a handheld mirror and just have mama tell kiddo each part they touched/pointed to.
Cindy, joyful SAH mama to William & Katherine Forever missing Amelia 7-12-09 Ask me about my natural cesarean!
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