Does anybody have any recommendations for books about homebirth for kiddos? Personally, I had a really hard time finding books aimed at kids that address birth in general, and I haven't been able to find any that specifically talk about homebirth.
A New Baby Is Coming - A Guide for a Big Brother or Sister by Emily Menendez-Aponte
The New Baby At Your House by Joanna Cole
Both of these are great to introduce kids to the concept of birth in general, and what to expect during pregnancy and after the baby comes home. I really like them a lot. However both of them have a page basically telling the kiddo that mommy and daddy are going to go off to the hospital to have the baby, and you're gonna have to stay with someone else. (Well, the second book actually makes it out like mommy goes to the hospital by herself, and daddy stays home with the kiddo.)
At first I skipped those pages. But, DD noticed so I've started reading them and then explaining after those pages that we were going to have a homebirth, that I wasn't going to the hospital, and that she wasn't going to have to leave home either. After several explanations, and reassurances DD "gets it" now, but I wish that there was something I could read and show her about what her experience is going to be like.
(On a similar note I also have the book I'm a New Big Sister by Nora Gaydos, and it talks solely about after baby is born. DD LOVES this book, and has quoted it several times to talk about how excited she is that the baby's coming, and how she's going to interact with her new baby brother. There's also a big brother version as well.)