Book Review: Where Babies Come From by Rosemary Stones is a lovely book that provides a very straight forward explanation of how babies are made.
A short overview of this book
Where Babies Come From by Rosemary Stones is an older book that is sooo good that I had to share it.
It is a little dated in regards to its binary approach (ie girls have a vulva and boys have a penis), it doesn’t talk about the other ways a baby can be made, and it is based around one family type (mother and family). But this is typical for books published over 20 years ago!
What I like about this book is it’s straight forward approach. It provides kids with the facts in a simple and age-appropriate way. It is the only book that I have found (for this age-group) that talks about how vulvas and penises can look different (and it shows them). Plus it has an actual diagram of the penis going into the vagina, and how the sperm travels to join the egg.
So it is a great book to use with kids that want more detailed information about how things work.
You can learn more on this page, about how to talk to kids about sex education.
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What’s the ideal age for this book?
Where Babies Come From by Rosemary Stones is ideal for children between the ages of 6 to 8 years.
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