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Where Did I Come From?: A Guide for Children and Parents

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2006

    In regards to what the last person thinks....

    I think this book is great. When I was 4 years old when I asked the infamous question to my parents. The next day they sat me down and read my sister and I this book, and to this day I remember the 'facts' from what was read to me all those years ago. I know that it was very uncomfortable for them to be talking to us about that but they did anyways. The individual that posted their not before me claimes that the book is too graphic in how it depicts sex to children but that is just it, sex is explicit no matter how you try and explain it. This is a great book for explaining the birds and the bees, when I have children I will you the same method that my parents used with me. the individual's opinon on the other book they recommend is questionable. That book isn't factual since God doesn't create life, human beings create life. Anyways, this book is great. It is graphic but it does explain sex and the body in a way that a child will be able to understand.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2004

    I read this book with my 8-year-old son

    and I feel good about it! I was so nervous talking to him about where babies come from, yet knew it was time to do it so he doesn't get misinformation from others. This book explained things on his level, and although he found the whole concept 'gross'...I think he feels more confident/knowledgeable after reading it with me. I will read it with my other kids when they are eight as well.

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