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Where Do Babies Come From?

4.24  ·  Rating Details  ·  17 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
A gentle, reassuring book that answers a child's first questions about how life begins. Follow this simple photographic story and discover the natural cycle behind the birth of a seedling, duckling, kitten, and baby.
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published August 20th 2001 by DK Children (first published April 3rd 1996)
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Nov 16, 2015 Mai rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kids, parenting
This book answers this simple yet complicated Question " where Do babies come from?",it is explained for kids in a very simple yet scientific way.
Jun 13, 2009 Dolly rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
This is a wonderful book that introduces the concept of reproduction in a straightforward, but not-too-graphic way. It is honest, basic, and is the perfect introduction for younger children. Cute pictures that keep a child's interest and a great way to start a conversation.
Mar 03, 2010 Katherine rated it it was amazing
This is the best one I've found so far. Addresses plant, animal, and human reproduction. Very tactful and loving.

Haven't read it to the boys yet. We'll probably read it next time Samuel brings up the pregnancy and babies thing, which he does periodically.
May 26, 2008 ABC rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: toddlers
Shelves: younger-kids
This is a great first book about sex. It talks about how living things (flowers, birds, cats, people)come from sperm which meet tiny eggs. It shows what kittens look like inside the mommy cat, and what a baby looks like inside a human mommy.
Mar 07, 2008 bookworm22 rated it it was amazing
Really good introductory book about reproduction. Appropriate for very young child or just a good introduction.
Nov 08, 2012 Maria rated it it was amazing
no pics of anatomy or people in bed together. very nice introduction to animal reproduction
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