Álbum ilustrado en el que se explica a los niños de dónde vienen los niños y como son concebidos. ¿De dónde vienen los bebés?¿De dónde vengo yo?Dos preguntas que se hacen todos los niños en un momento determinado, sobre todo cuando está a punto de llegar un nuevo miembro a la familia.Escrito e ilustrado para incluir todo tipo de bebés, adultos y familias, este libro enseña qué es la concepción, la gestación y el nacimiento.Los padres encontrarán el espacio idóneo para educar a sus hijos sin tener que eludir su propia experiencia.
About the Author
Raised by a children's librarian and a sex therapist, Cory Silverberg grew up to be a sex educator and writer. He received his Masters of Education from the University of Toronto, and was a founding member of the Come As You Are Co-operative. He is the former chair of educator certification for the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), and teaches across North America on topics including sexuality and gender diversity, sex and disability, access, and inclusion. Cory is a regular contributor to CBC Parents, About.com, and the Huffington Post. He is the coauthor of The Ultimate Guide to Sex and Disability with Miriam Kaufman and Fran Odette.
Fiona Smyth is a multiple award-winning Toronto-based painter, illustrator, and cartoonist whose artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally. She was the original illustrator for Nickelodeon's "The Big Help" volunteerism campaign, and has appeared in Owl Magazine. Her first graphic novel, for kids ages ten and up, titled The Never Weres was published by Annick Press in 2011. Fiona's comic Cheez was published in Exclaim Magazine for almost ten years and her comic Fazooza was in Vice Magazine for eight years. Cheez 100, a collection of the first one hundred strips in Exclaim, was published by Pedlar Press in 2001. What Makes A Baby was Fiona's first picture book. Fiona teaches illustration and comics at OCAD U in Toronto.