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by Ruth Hummel,Janet McDonnell

Where Do Babies Come From? - Boys Edition - Learning About Sex download ebook
ISBN:
0758614101
ISBN13:
978-0758614100
Author:
Ruth Hummel,Janet McDonnell
Publisher:
Concordia Publishing; Revised edition (July 1, 2008)
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Pages:
28 pages
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1837 kb
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1376 kb
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Rating:
4.5

by Ruth Hummel (Author), Janet McDonnell (Illustrator). This book ended up being perfect for our situation. It presented the basics in a family-friendly way, without going into too much detail.

by Ruth Hummel (Author), Janet McDonnell (Illustrator). All of the books written for boys worked out great! I have a son that is Special needs had no interest in learning the facts. He has a true Christian Heart that goes beyond anything I could have taught.

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Ruth Hummel, Janet McDonnell. This book, the second in the newly revised Learning About Sex series for girls, will guide you in the often difficult task of introducing and explaining human sexuality. Through simple, age-appropriate text and pictures, girls ages 6 to 8 will better understand how a new baby develops and discover that each person is special and important! show more.

Learning about Sex (Hardcover). By (author) Ruth Hummel, Illustrated by Janet McDonnell

Learning about Sex (Hardcover). By (author) Ruth Hummel, Illustrated by Janet McDonnell. Presents simple sex instruction from a Christian point of view for ld boys through a series of stories about a boy named Simon.

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Ruth Hummel; Janet McDonnell. This book, the second in the newly revised Learning About Sex series for boys, will guide you in the often difficult task of introducing and explaining human sexuality. Through simple, age-appropriate text and pictures, boys ages 6 to 8 will better understand how a baby develops and discover that each person is special and important! Specifications. Learning about Sex (Hardcover). Concordia Publishing House.

This book, the second in the newly revised Learning About Sex series for boys, will guide you in the often difficult task of introducing and explaining human sexuality. Through simple, age-appropriate text and pictures, boys ages 6 to 8 will better understand how a baby develops and discover that each person is special and important! Where Do Babies Come From?: For Boys Ages 6-8, revised & updated (9780758649539) by Ruth Hummel.

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This book, the second in the Learning About Sex series for boys, aids parents in the often difficult task of introducing and explaining human sexuality. Where do Babies Come From? helps boys ages 7 to 9 better understand how a new baby develops using simple and accurate language. From preschoolers to adults, the updated and revised Learning About Sex series makes the awesome gift of sexuality understandable to all. Age-appropriate language and graphics throughout the six books help the reader recognize gender differences as one of Gods great gifts designed as part of His creation plan.
Reviews:
  • Undeyn
All of the books written for boys worked out great! I have a son that is Special needs had no interest in learning the facts. He has a true Christian Heart that goes beyond anything I could have taught. It has always been like he knew it already. This was a way to explain without going against how he felt. It has everything you want, need, and a little you may not want to know but it is out there. All areas are covered without losing God in the process. If are just a believer in God or not a believer this still covers all the facts at each appropriate ages. I think the one for 15 plus is okay for your 13 year old to cover also. Really good set for teaching! ! I highly, highly recommend!
  • Bloodfire
My son recently asked me "how do babies start?", so I started looking for some ideas on how I could introduce him to the subject. The various content I found on the web was too generic; I wanted more specific guidance. This book ended up being perfect for our situation. It presented the basics in a family-friendly way, without going into too much detail.

The previous review that states to "not expect any biological explanations about where babies come from" is not accurate. This book does not discuss the details of intercourse (the author's treatment of intercourse is basically a couple of sentences about how mommies' and daddies' bodies are made to "fit together"), but it does mention "details" of human anatomy and biology that are appropriate for the 7-9 age group for which it was written.

I highly recommend the book, but would give you this advice: if you think this may not be enough information, buy the second book in the series (How You Are Changing: For Boys Ages 10-12 and Parents) so you'll have it on-hand just in case...
  • Modar
Of course my boys are interested in the subject. Even if they weren't interested, it does have an age appropriate story format. It treats the subject matter from a Christian World view.. I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars because: Part of the story format is how families grow and how children may or may not look like their parents. While it does touch on the subject of adoption and mixed race, since the story line did go down that road, it could do a better job of it.
  • นℕĨĈტℝ₦
This is an excellent book for having "the talk" with the kiddos. I found it informative without over sharing. This book is wonderful for allowing the child to have questions on their own without today's need for giving the child too much too soon.
  • Xava
I got this for my then-9-year-old when he started asking a whole lot of questions, and I wanted some guidance on age-appropriate ways of answering without going over board or going beyond what he was ready to know. We read the book through together, and it was a good experience. Very soon after, my son asked even more in-depth questions, so we moved on to "How You are Changing" which seemed just a tad TOO much information for him. Ha!

I'm glad to have frank, on-going conversations with my children about delicate topics, and appreciate books like these that can give me a springboard of ideas to know how to approach the awkward conversations without letting them know how awkward I feel!
  • Agantrius
This was way too much information for children this age. I would not read it to my 11 year old. As a Christian and a nurse, I expected something far better than this.
  • Fearlesssinger
This book is great to share this sensitive topic with your son. It gives just the right amount of information that we wanted to share at this time as well as opening the door for future conversations and for developing trust between us and our son. This series is just what we were looking for and we have purchased the remaining books in the series to use as our son grows.
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