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How Babies Are Made

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 43 Ratings and 43 Reviews

Book Description

"Where do babies come from?"

It isn't unusual for new parents to be posed this delicate question by the time their child is just three or four. Some children develop this natural curiosity sooner, some later, but when questions about sexuality and reproduction inevitably arise, the wise parent will keep this delightful book on hand!

Playful in style without sacrifi... More
Book Information
PublisherTime-Life Books
BindingHardcover (15 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages88
Publication Date08/1984
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About Andrew C. Andry (Author) : Andrew C. Andry is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Andrew C. Andry include How Babies Are Made, Hi, New Baby; A Book to Help Your Child Learn About the New Bab... more
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About Steven Schepp (Author) : As author, co-author, ghostwriter, project director, managing editor, and editor-in-chief, I've been involved with about 100 published nonfiction books for children and for adults. I've worked for and... more
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5/22/2008 steven schepp said:
It has often been said (not my words), that starting in the late 1960's this book was responsible for helping to break the many taboos that were associated with the teaching of basic sex education to youngsters. It remained if print until 2003. It's now available online as a used, out of print, r... more

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