Why Do Birds Build Nests?

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Following in the footsteps of Why Do Plants Grow?, this book gently introduces kids to the topic of God's design for reproduction.

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Suggested Age 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Author(s) Susan Horner
Page Count 32
Publication Date 2004
Publisher Moody


This is the second book in the Miracle of Creation Series. Following the style of its predecessor, Why Do Plants Grow?, it is a sensitive, biblical, and user-friendly tool for parents to use as they introduce their children to God's plan for sexuality and reproduction. This picture book will teach younger kids about nature's amazing reproductive processes and gently prepare them for a later discussion of human sexuality. Includes family-friendly activities biology-related lessons in the back of the book. By Susan Horner

This resource is featured in our curriculum guide, Against the Tide Elementary.

What GOV says: This simple, beautifully illustrated book does a great job of explaining the joy of God's creation. We find this book especially helpful for parents who are nervous about the discussion of reproduction because it highlights the fact that God created reproduction for every living thing, and presents the process in a setting not associated with shame.

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Susan Horner is a freelance writer who has had several articles published in Focus on the "Family's Club House" and "Club House Jr." She lives in Aurora, Colorado, and has for many years supported friends during their quests to adopt.