"Where Did I Come From?"

"Where Did I Come From?"

The Facts of Life Without Any Nonsense and With Illustrations

Book - 1973
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Random House, Inc.
Describes the reproductive process from intercourse to birth.

Baker & Taylor
An honest, gently humorous, illustrated guide for children and their parents provides basic information about sex

Publisher: Secaucus, NJ : Lyle Stuart, 1973
ISBN: 9780818402531
0818402539
9780818405815
0818405813
9780818401619
0818401613
Characteristics: [44] p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Walter, Paul
Robins, Arthur

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mkziegler3
Jul 29, 2015

I used this to teach my sons about the "facts" and I think it is wonderful.

JCLBeckyC Jul 29, 2015

This classic was first published in the 1970's, but the fact-based, no-nonsense text and illustrations still appeal to kids and caregivers today.

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Bookworm3636
Aug 20, 2013

Not weird to have in public at all. Many parents need help with explaining all this to their children. :)

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bennyfroese
Oct 20, 2012

Very wierd book to have in public:):)

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