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Where Do Babies Come From?

New from award-winning author and illustrator Sophie Blackall comes a beautiful picture book full of playful details to help answer the age-old-question..where do babies come from? 

The Baby Tree kids book - for kids who want to know where babies come from

Sooner or later, every one of us will have a kiddo who asks, “Where do babies come from?” And now, there’s a new easy and entertaining way to answer that questionthe new book from Sophie Blackall, The Baby Tree, helps you explain it all with humor.  In the story, you’ll join a curious little boy who asks everyone from his babysitter to the mailman, getting all sorts of funny answers along the way, before his parents gently set him straight. Watch the video below to see what other kids have to say when asked where babies come from, for a good laugh :)

“A delightfully age-appropriate way to give young children the facts about contraception and birth…Another wonderful contribution from Blackall.”

School Library Journal, Starred Review

SOPHIE BLACKALL is the illustrator of several award-winning books, including Ruby’s Wish by Shirin Yim Bridges, Meet Wild Boars by Meg Rosoff, Pecan Pie Baby by Jacqueline Woodson, and the Ivy and Bean books by Annie Barrows. Her artwork has also appeared in various magazines and exhibitions. Previously she lived in Sydney, Australia, and has had jobs in a shoe shop and a robot factory.

The Baby Tree prize package

You can purchase a copy of The Baby Tree in hardcover, or the Kindle edition on Amazon. And – enter below for a chance to win a prize package featuring a copy of the book, and an adorable snuggley blanket, perfect for storytime!


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Prizing & samples courtesy of Penguin Books USA. Giveaway open to US addresses only.



  1. Daniela Tapia says

    Summer Is Summer, sounds fun to read with my daughter..

  2. Janet W. says

    Would also love to read the book Jumpy Jack & Googily with my grandsons!

  3. Brenda Melahn says

    Would love to try 9 Lives since my granddaughter has 2 cats.

  4. Jill Myrick says

    I think that Summer is Summer would be a fun book to read with my kids.


  5. Natalie Brown says

    Hello! Another book I would like to have is “What’s So Bad About Being An Only Child?”. My son is an only so this book would be appropriate & interesting. Thank-you!!

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