Where Did I Come From?: The Facts of Life Without Any Nonsense and with Illustrations

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Lyle Stuart, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 48 pages
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This classic book uses simple language and engaging cartoon illustrations to explain the facts of life to young children. Covers male and female reproductive organs (what they are called and what each does), love-making, orgasm, conception, growth inside the womb, labour and birth.

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User Review  - dawn k. - Overstock.com

This book is helpful to explain the relationship parents have before getting pregnant. I like the way that it reiterates that a family takes a mom and a dad to make a baby. Helpful cartoon pictures make process easier to explain to young and older children alike. Read full review

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User Review  - Sisifus - LibraryThing

This book is a "Must Have" in every parents library. It is easy to read -children will find the illustrations cute- and explain to any toddler who is beginning to ask: "Where did I come from?" kinds ... Read full review


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About the author (2000)

Peter Mayle spent fifteen years in the advertising business before escaping in 1975 to write books, including his bestselling "A Year in Provence "and "Toujours Provence". His work has been translated into seventeen languages and he has contributed to a variety of newspapers and magazines. He lives with his wife in Provence.

Robbins is Professor of Art Therapy at the Pratt Institute and a Founding Director of the Institute of Expressive Analysis. He is on the board of directors of the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis and has been on the faculty for over thirty years. He is also a New York State licensed psychologist and a graduate certified psychoanalyst.

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