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Children's LiteratureAccording to the preface, this book 'takes a common sense, practical approach to helping parents talk to their children about a topic that makes many people uncomfortable.' The text takes a developmental approach emphasizing the various meanings of sex for the various ages, toddler to preteen. The six chapters begin with the toddler age, when most children begin to discover the differences between males and females. The book's interesting and entertaining format includes advice, scenarios and frequent questions asked by individuals of that particular age group. The overall tone is one of encouragement and straightforward language. The quirky cartoon drawings help to lighten the load. It is a reference book and a how-to book to keep on hand as your child moves through the various stages of development. Labeled drawings of the male and female anatomy are included as well as a list of additional resources. A "Go Parents Guide" book. 2002, Nomad Communication, Ages Adult.
— Meredith Kiger, Ph.D.