- Age Range: 2 and up
- Paperback: 32 pages
- Publisher: Alternate Reality an Imprint of Telemachus Press (August 1, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1937387259
- ISBN-13: 978-1937387259
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 34 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,223,428 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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We Made You Out of Love: The Answer To The Number One Question On Every Child's Mind "Where Did I Come From?" Paperback – August 1, 2011
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"An imaginative picture book for tiny tykes that entertainingly addresses how babies are made without resorting to biological terminology." - Kirkus Reviews
"A ready answer to a really tough question. That's something Mamas and Babies definitely gotta have." - Babiesgottahave.com
"If you're a parent of little ones, I highly recommend this book. It's funny, exciting for the younger ones, colorful and the illustration is quite similar to a video game, which my daughter loved. I'm sure this book will be her daily night-time read." - newyorkchica.com
"This title will become a standard for all public library collections and preschool-1 collections." - School Library Journal
"We Made You Out of Love is our kids version of the birds and the bees story. This story is humorous, fun and enjoyable for the whole family. Every child will ask at some point how they were made, well moms & dads here is your answer." - mothersofthevalley.blogspot.com
From the Back Cover
Jeffery was a happy, content little boy, until the day he stumbled upon the greatest mystery of all...THE STORY OF HIS BIRTH! Now, join him and his family as they travel through Jeffery's imagination, battling giant robots, discovering slimy aliens and uncovering magical gingerbread men...all while trying to uncover where it is Jeffery actually came from.
Board-certified pediatrician Dr. Greg Marconi and Michael Marconi have crafted a funny, exciting, and heartwarming story that will give children a satisfying answer to the question: "Where did I come from?" years before they are ready to learn about the facts of life.
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I was looking for a book that touched sex the slightest so I could ease my kids into what really goes on. I might as well have read them a story about a stork dropping off a baby.
My six year old daughter recently read this book for herself, and loved it so much, she decided to write her own review--with some editing, so it is more easily readable :) --
"This book is called 'We Made You Out of Love'. In the book, a boy comes home from school and asked, "Where did I come from?" They sat down and talked to the boy that his parents made him. He thought they made him out of stuff, he was wrong. Then he thought he hatched from an egg, he was wrong. He thought his dad won him for a prize, he was wrong. He thought they invented him and turned his feet backwards by accident, he was wrong. Then he found out that he came out of his mommy's belly. My favorite part is when he thinks his parents invented him and put his feet on backwards by accident. I liked this book because it was fun reading what the boy thought."