Where Do Babies Come From?



Where do babies come from?

It’s not always an easy question to answer. 


The Children’s Department has a wealth of resources on the topic, with books for older or younger children.  Each family can find the right book for its own style.


Use these resources as conversation-starters, references, or simply enjoy a story about the arrival of a new member of the family.  

My Mom’s Having a Baby! by Dori Hillestad Butler was recently challenged by a library user in Texas.  Read about it on Dori’s own blog.


Also see:

Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberly’s  It’s So Amazing (for approximately elementary-school-age children)  and It’s Not the Stork (for preschoolers and younger elementary-school-age.)


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