God's Design for Sex Series, Book 1: The Story of Me, Ages 3 to 5 2007 VersionStan Jones, Brenna JonesNavPress / 2007 / Trade Paperback$5.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 34 Reviews
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Cynthia5 Stars Out Of 5August 15, 2009CynthiaI was very happy with this book. My son wanted to read it to himself, he is old enough to be aware that this could be a topic he might feel shy about discussing. That to me was fine, as I would rather he read about where he came from in a beautiful book like this than hear something on the playground.
Sarah Rivera5 Stars Out Of 5August 15, 2009Sarah RiveraI spent a few hours yesterday reading the entire set. WOW. I am really impressed. The first book - "The Story of Me" is written for 3 to 5 year olds and presents The story of how Paul came to be. It talks about a baby in the mommys tummy and how God planned all this. All this is written in a story form.The second book - "Before I was Born". This book is written for 5 to 8 year olds. This book is also written in a story form. This book gets into more detail and even explains intercourse in a beautiful way. I would feel very comfortable reading this to my 7 yo and 9 yo. What I really like is the way they present the information in the context of marriage, how God intended.The third book - "What's the Big Deal?" This book is written for 8 to 11 year olds. This book is wriiten as fictional conversations between parents and children. The child asks a question and the parents gives an honest asnswer that always brings things back to God's original plan. The questions are relevant to todays tweens questions.The fourth book - "Facing the Facts" is written for ages 11 to 14 (or older). This book is a different format. And to be honest I didn't read it word for word. I did skim the chapters. This is written more like a health text but from a Godly point of view. This is the most in depth of the books and addresses things like STD's and other related issues. It still brings things back to God plan. This set presents this part of life as God intended without guilt or embarrasment. I plan to use it with my children and would encourage other parents to check it out.
Melodie Cooke4 Stars Out Of 5July 18, 2009Melodie CookeGreat starter book to this series. I find my little ones have a difficult time sitting to listen to the story though. But next to that, it is a great introduction to the rest of the series.
Jerrik HamanAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5January 23, 2009Jerrik HamanAge: 25-34Gender: femaleMy kids enjoyed this book, and it led to some good discussions about babies. Thanks a bunch.
Emily Taylor3 Stars Out Of 5September 2, 2008Emily TaylorGood. Really basic. Some pages / pictures generate a great deal of confusion. I birth at home. The picture of the hospital situation appears scary, and I for one do not want to scare my children. Most babies are born head first, so they must be upside down to be born. I disagree that breech is always a medical emergency; cesaerians could have been presented in a better manner; such as saying the placenta was covering the cervix.