Book Review: Who made me? by Malcolm and Meryl Doney is a Christian book for explaining how babies are made.
A short overview of this book
Who made me? by Malcolm and Meryl Doney is a book for Christian parents that explains where babies come from.
This book provides a Christian slant to a straightforward approach to explaining where babies come from and how they’re made. It explains why males and female bodies have different parts and how these parts can be used to make a baby. It provides a brief overview of puberty and explains that this is when bodies become capable of making a baby. The authors explain that ‘making babies’ (or sex) should only happen within a loving relationship ie marriage. They describe sex as a game (which I don’t like as Paedophiles will groom children with ‘games’ that are sexual) and give a detailed description of sexual intercourse.
This book is outdated, in that it only explains one way to make a baby (sex) and one way to birth a baby (vaginal birth). It is also very heterosexual, and only talks about one type of parent ie mother and father.
This book DOES talk about sexual intercourse.
You can learn more on this page, about how to talk to kids about sex education.
What’s the ideal age for this book?
Who made me? by Malcolm and Meryl Doney is ideal for children between the ages of 5 to 10 years.
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