What Makes a Baby – ePub (iBooks & Kindle) and web site – we made that.

Working with Cory Silverberg (and Fiona Smyth and Zab Typography by proxy) we have crafted an eBook format and companion web site for “What Makes a Baby“. The book has been available via Cory’s Kickstarter campaign and will soon be available on Apple’s iBook Store and on Amazon for Kindle Fire (and some Android tablets.) Of course you can also buy the beautiful Hardcover Edition on the web site.

For iPad What Makes a Baby on iBooks

Here’s Cory’s own words:

What Makes a Baby is my response to the fact that books about where babies come from leave many of us out. They tell a nice story (mommy + daddy + intercourse = you!) but the truth is that more and more of us are acknowledging the help we get to bring children into our lives. That help might be a doctor, fertility clinic, adoption or foster agency; it might be a turkey baster and a friend; it might be a sperm donor or a surrogate. What Makes a Baby helps parents tell children a story about where they came from that isn’t just true for them, but true for everyone.

Crafted for children roughly from pre-school to 8-years-old, What Makes a Baby is written and illustrated to include all kinds of kids, all kinds of adults, and all kinds of families – regardless of how many people were involved, what the orientation, gender identity, or other make up of the family is, or how it came to be that way. It’s a social justice approach to sex education. Like all picture books, it’s meant to be read to a child and gives the adult reader the opportunity to fill in as much detail as they would like.

Written by a certified sexuality educator, Cory Silverberg, and illustrated by award-winning Canadian artist Fiona Smyth, What Makes a Baby is being designed and produced with the help of Zab Design & Typography and will be an exquisitely made hardcover picture book. 32 pages and full color, it will be as fun to look at as it is useful to read.

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