Where Do Babies Come From?: Our First Talk about Birth

Where Do Babies Come From Our First Talk about Birth 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

  • Title: Where Do Babies Come From?: Our First Talk about Birth
  • Author: Jillian Roberts Cindy Revell
  • ISBN: 9781459809420
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 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 toAn 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 QA 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.

    One thought on “Where Do Babies Come From?: Our First Talk about Birth”

    1. Where Do Babies Come From? Our First Talk about BirthCore Curricular tie: Science.Detailed Explanation:This book is perfect for teaching the idea of childbirth in a simple way for young students. I could use it in science class to explain the facts of life and pregnancy to the students. This book has some new scientific terms that would help them to be familiar with the reproductive process. So this great book will introduce young students to how babies are born. I would use power point in this [...]

    2. This simple book introduces young children to how babies are created. I liked that the images are straight forward and multicultural, showing many different kinds of families. There is minimal text on the pages. I also liked how questions flowed from previous statements. For example, A baby comes from the mother's womb, which is just below the stomach. It provides a safe place for the baby to grow followed by,How does the baby start growing in the first place?

    3. This is a good introduction to pregnancy and childbirth. It's age appropriate for small children and mostly medically accurate. I wish the author would have used the term "embryo" instead of seed because egg and sperm do not combine to form a seed. She could have easily used the correct term in addition the seed metaphor. I did like that the book mentioned homebirth: "A baby can be born at home or in a hospital."Other good books for small children on this topic are The Baby Tree, My New Baby, an [...]

    4. Digital artwork using Corel Painter accompanies this simple introduction to birth and the reproductive process. Parents might want to use this book as a starting place for having THAT conversation about the facts of life and birth. In nonthreatening fashion and without becoming too graphic, youngsters learn about where the unborn baby grows until birth and how it grows over time before making its way into the wider world. Too bad that many of us didn't have a book like this one when you were gro [...]

    5. Great book for a more progressive parenting method. It's simple to understand, accurate, and mindful of different types of families. It even has a "Just A Few More Questions" area to fill in any gaps about single parent families, same sex families, adoption, in vitro, and C-sections.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *