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Children's LiteratureQuestions ranging from reproduction to birth to the controversy of stem cell research are asked in this very educational, informative book. Questions such as: "How do living things reproduce?" "Who has abortions and how are they done?" "How do breasts make milk?" and "What are the most common birth defects?" are just a few of the topics covered. Pregnancy, childbirth, contraceptives, Rh disease, and technology concerning pregnancies are also discussed. The reader will be well informed about each area covered in this material. They will probably learn a great deal of new information and be surprised at some of the questions that are addressed. Each chapter is detailed with graphs, charts, drawings, and pictures to help the reader understand the information. This book is well written and easy to comprehend and would be useful in a health or biology class about reproduction. It could also be helpful to any parent trying to explain the reproduction process to their child. It is part of a series, "101 Questions About . . . " 2006, Twenty-First Century Books/Lerner Publishing Group, Ages 12 to 18.
—Cathi I. White