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143 internautes sur 146 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
So pleased that I picked this one! 7 novembre 2007
Par E. Szymanski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
When my kids started asking reproduction and anatomy questions, I checked out and read the reviews of every book on the subject I could find. I'm an RN, so it was important to me that it was accurate as well as engaging for my kids. I am so glad I picked this one. My children were 4 and 6 when we bought this book, and they absolutely loved it from the first reading. So did I. It has all the information I was hoping for and it is presented so appropriately for the age. Nothing is scary or more detailed than necessary. The illustrations are bright and fun and keep the kids engaged. The book is set up in such a way that is easy to navigate - that is, you can read it from beginning to end, and it flows appropriately - starting with body parts and boy/girl differences, reproduction in the middle, and a small section at the end about good and bad touches. You can also easily jump to the section that you or your child prefers without taking away from the book. For example, my daughter is fascinated by the cartoon showing the sperm swimming to the egg and we often just start there.

As a parent of young children and as an RN, I recommend this book to all parents
177 internautes sur 189 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Necessary Book for Toddlers 30 juillet 2006
Par Eve Granger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Many people think that this book, and the topic of sex and sexuality, should be avoided until the child asks about it. They hope such questions will arise around puberty. YOU SHOULD TEACH YOUR KIDS ABOUT SEX AND THEIR BODIES WHEN THEY'RE OLD ENOUGH TO WALK AND INTERACT WITH OTHER HUMANS. Why? Because if you wait until puberty to talk about "parts" and "making love", kissing, etc., you're leaving thirteen years during which your child can and --10%+ for young boys and 20%+ for young girls--will get sexually abused by somebody who takes advantage of the fact that they don't know any better.

This book is a blessing. In a not-too-graphic fashion, it depicts the differences between boys and girls, differences between men and women, and pregnancy. If you are uncomfortable teaching your toddler about sex, at the very least teach him/her the differences between boys and girls, and what is and isn't appropriate touching. As this book has nice cartoony but anatomically correct pictures of a naked boy and a naked girl, a parent can use it with a child of any age to *at least* show where is appropriate touching for which sex without frightening the child. I would recommend holding off the actual sex part of the book until the child is around nine or ten, but please parents, you must be comfortable teaching your child about his or her own body and what is appropriate touching from anybody to your child and from your child to anybody else.

With regards to content, the book uses simple text and real words. For example, "penis" and "vagina". I think parents ought to use these words with their children and teach them when it is appropriate to use them. For parents afraid that using such real language will land them in embarrassing situations, note that your children won't yell out curse words or anatomy words unless you pay attention to them when they do it.

With regards to the book's pictures, they are pretty cartoonish but anatomically correct. There is a picture of mom & dad having sex, but nothing that would be considered pornagraphic in any way. The picture of mom giving birth is more comical than anything else, not graphic at all.

Buy the book, share the anatomy part with your toddler, share the sex part with your prepubescent child, share the birth part with your twelve- or thirteen-year-old, but don't wait for your child to discover their sexuality at the hands of a "friend"-of-the-family (70%+ of child molestations) or the television (most people in my generation).
52 internautes sur 59 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good as a first exposure for Toddlers 30 janvier 2007
Par S. Bourget - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I bought this because my five year old girl started asking "Where do babies come from?" The book is honest without being graphic and the pictures are not shocking. She liked the little cartoons and the simplified diagrahams. Besides just teaching the very basics about sex and where do babies come from, it also helped open the door to the conversation about good touches and bad touches. Who is allowed to touch you and what to do if someone touches you that shouldn't be.

My daughter really liked the book and didn't find it overwhelming. However, before someone buys this book, or any other book like this for their toddle, I would definitely suggest looking around at a lot of books on this topic.
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Too much going on........ 6 janvier 2010
Par Linda B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I was not offended by anything in this book, but I felt that the basic information I want to convey to our kids got lost. There are too many subtopics, the illustrations overwhelm the text (and at some points are a bit too descriptive), the speech balloons are distracting.....the book goes in so many different directions. I would rather cover each area with a separate book and a separate discussion. For someone who is looking for a very basic, no frills, no confusion book about the essentials of human reproduction and nothing else, I recommend Before You Were a Baby by Paul Showers and Kay Sperry Showers. It's out of print but can be purchased used.
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The perfect first book about bodies, babies and more 14 décembre 2006
Par K. Kellogg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I recently checked this book out from our local library and I thought it was so great that I came here to purchase it. My son is almost 6 and knows most of what is in this book already, but it is presented in such an entertaining, yet accurate, fashion that he's enjoyed reading further on the subjects presented and I would like to have our own copy both for him and the child I am expecting.

I do not believe there is anything in this book that is inappropriate for children over 4 (it says right on the cover that it is for age 4 and up). Even the section on sex is very mild and makes a clear point of telling children why they are not ready to take part in the act themselves. I have always been candid with my son when it comes to any of the subjects in the book as I feel that the sooner they learn, the less taboo the matter is and the more likely they are to make good choices in the future.

Parts of the book are amusing little comic strips, something I think that children will enjoy breaking up the monotony of the more structured sections, but all of the pages have some little jokes or comments by bird and bee characters to keep the attention of young children while still staying on subject.

While it is very cute, I've found that it is more informative than most books I have checked out on the various topics. It teaches about the differences between boys and girls, growing up, reproduction and fetal development, okay touches vs. not okay touches, friendships and more.

A truly excellent resource presented in a manner that kids will actually enjoy!
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