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Where Willy Went by Nicholas Allan
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Aug 17, 2007

it was amazing
bookshelves: picturebooks, banned-books, reproduction

Willy, along with his rival Butch and about 300 million other sperm in Mr. Browne are preparing for the big race to the prize (egg) in Mrs. Browne. Willy is an excellent swimmer and when the race arrives, he is the first to burrow into the soft egg. The egg grows and so does Mrs. Browne's belly until a baby girl, Edna, is born - who happens to be a good swimmer too. Nice, light introduction to the reproductive cycle for children, and Willy is darn cute. If you need a book with more details and correct terminology, check out How you were Born by Joanna Cole. On a side note, the book is dedicated to the singer, Rod Stewart. Challenged/Restricted because: (asked to be removed from the Children's area because) Willy is a sperm and the book is about sex.

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