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The Facts of Life: 2 Pop Edition
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My 10 year old read through this about 5 times in a one-week period. There have been a few giggles, but many serious studying sessions. It's helpful to have something like this to have an honest dialog with your children about human reproduction, so that your children know they can talk with you about it all and don't have to look elsewhere, possibly getting inaccurate information.
If you can obtain a copy of this book, it is well worth it, to add to any children's, homeschooling, birthy, or interesting/unusual library.
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Is a great book. But was a bit more than I expected. Esp for the child I got it for. Will be great when bit older.Published 19 months ago by Lydia Hostetler
This is a beautiful pop-up book, the general overview of reproduction is presented in such a neat and fun way.Published on April 18, 2014 by Robert M.
This book both grosses out and fascinates the 13 year-olds that I teach sex ed to. No cartoons, but realistic, proportional pop-up models of body parts and a fetus in utero, for... Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by Linda H
Yes, a good teaching tool here. The pop ups are not bad, I've seen better. However, we will be pointing out the main error in the book to our son. It is not a fetus. Read morePublished on April 21, 2011 by T. Viau