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This Children’s Sex Education Book Is Really Dividing Parents

"OMG I had to laugh, but seriously this is inappropriate to be in a kids' section."

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There comes a time in every child's life when they have to learn about the birds and bees, and Fiona Katauskas' The Amazing True Story of How Babies Are Made is here to help assist with that.

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It's been making the rounds on Facebook and has been causing a lot of conversations on whether it's appropriate or not.

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It's described as funny, frank, and embarrassment-free — but some parents are torn on whether it's appropriate or not.

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Some people responded to the post on Facebook with, "If you don't want your kids to read it, don't buy it!"

Harper Collins / ABC Books / Via Facebook: auburn2144

While others thought, "OMG I had to laugh, but seriously this is inappropriate to be in a kids' section."

Harper Collins / ABC Books

The author knows that answering the question, "Where do babies come from?" can be terrifying for parents so she "figured that a hefty dose of humour would help alleviate the embarrassment."

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The Amazing True Story of How Babies Are Made is currently only available in Australia, but you can buy it from Kmart for $12.00.

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