Birds Bees Babies! (Unillustrated)

Birds Bees Babies! (Unillustrated)

by J. L. Sweat

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Finally, someone has gotten around to actually telling the story of the birds and the bees...For generations, children (and oddly enough some adults) have asked the question "where do babies come from?". There have been answers from the biological to the absurd. However, everyone knows its got to do with birds and bees...but whats that mean? Did your mother ever tell you? J.L. Sweat masterfully tells a captivating non-biological story about how babies come from the birds and the bees. This story even makes mention of other mysterious concepts loose ends like sugar and frogs, among other things to go where no story has gone before! No longer do you have to wonder whether a child is old enough to know the story you don't even know. Buy this book and know the real story.

This book has got birds, bees and all sorts of animals. There is even a stork, who is quite the unlikely hero in the whole matter. Why birds and bees? What did they do? How does it happen? Think you really know? This comical approach to the age old question "where do babies come from" is sure to be a classic!

The birds and the bees are as famous as childhood symbols such as Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the tooth fairy and the sheep that people count to get to sleep. This is their story and your story as well...The story is sure to be a timeless classic that will be told for generations to come...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012489838
Publication date: 02/14/1996
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 17 KB
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

About the Author

J.L. Sweat is a New York City Lawyer that one day hopes to represent the most amazing clients in the Universe. He spends his days targeting the most exclusive people to represent, including the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny, and the Sheep that people count to go to sleep. He is a citizen of the Imagine-Nation, where he hopes to one day retire and grow old in the company of his imaginary friend.

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