An engaging introduction for very young children to the basic facts of life in a way that is gentle, age appropriate and accessible Child psychologist Dr Jillian Roberts created the Just Enough series to help parents and caregivers approach difficult subjects with little ones These primers offer a gentle and accessible starting point for conversations about important topics Research shows that children are learning about sex at an increasingly young age and often from undesirable sources The Q A format, with questions posed in the child s voice and answers starting simply and becoming gradually in depth, allows the adult to guide the conversation to a natural and satisfying conclusion Additional questions at the back of the book allow for further discussion Where Do Babies Come From is the first book in the Just Enough series Other topics in the series include death, cultural diversity and separation or divorce....
|Title||:||Where Do Babies Come From?: Our First Talk About Birth (Just Enough)|
|Publisher||:||Orca Book Publishers October 13, 2015|
|Number of Pages||:||32 pages|
|File Size||:||979 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Where Do Babies Come From?: Our First Talk About Birth (Just Enough) Reviews
Exactly what we were looking for! Not too graphic at all. Has answers to more detailed questions in the back for those curious kids.
Mmm nope. Too much info for my 4yo. I purchased this book to help with the conversation about another baby brother or sister coming soon, but I wasn't ready to tell him about sperm and eggs and parents bodies fitting together. So we had the conversation without the book, planning to use it if he had questions. All he asked was if this baby would be in Daddy's belly this time, since last time it was in Mommy's belly. Then he jumped down to go play with toys...
This book was great for my VERY curious 4 year old. I wanted to be honest without being graphic. This book uses correct terminology (womb, sperm, egg, birth canal) without going into exact details (sex). It will help make future “talks” a little easier since she will already know some of the terms.
This book was gentle and age-appropriate. It does try and gently answer the question: Where Do Babies Come From. I bought this book after my child and I read it at the library. The librarian told me it won an award. The illustrations are gorgeous.
Accurate information provided at a level appropriate for my 3 year olds. I like my kids to be informed, but I want it to be with the amount of detail that is just enough and doesn't add any unexplainable details. The author nailed it. Love it!
I wasn't ready for in-depth questions about how babies are made from my little ones, so this book helped make a tough parenting situation easier. It was suited to their age and had handy info for parents too.