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For Boys Only/For Girls Only: The Doctor Discusses the Mysteries of Manhood/The Doctor Discusses the Mysteries of Womanhood. (Blurb)Real Sex Ed from 1952
     

For Boys Only/For Girls Only: The Doctor Discusses the Mysteries of Manhood/The Doctor Discusses the Mysteries of Womanhood. (Blurb)Real Sex Ed from 1952

by Frank Richardson
 
For Boys Only and its companion book, For Girls Only, are real sex-ed books that were published in 1952. Recently rediscovered, these old treasures have been bound together and printed as one volume so a new generation can laugh about this eternally awkward topic.

In the Girls book, go with the girls off to camp where they'll learn about their

Overview

For Boys Only and its companion book, For Girls Only, are real sex-ed books that were published in 1952. Recently rediscovered, these old treasures have been bound together and printed as one volume so a new generation can laugh about this eternally awkward topic.

In the Girls book, go with the girls off to camp where they'll learn about their changing bodies and roles in society from their beautiful camp director, Lady, and Dr. Marilyn, a guest speaker who encourages the girls to ask questions about everything from menstruation to marriage.

In the Boys book, a group of boys hang out with the good doctor on his boat and in his car. In the course of their conversations, he schools them on the biological changes their bodies are going through and gives them advice on dating, getting along with their parents, and controlling their urges.

Printed together for the first time, these books are a hilarious look back at a simpler time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781600610691
Publisher:
HOW Books
Publication date:
12/18/2007
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.69(d)

Meet the Author


Dr. Frank Howard Richardson was educated in the United States and in Europe. He was a pediatrician certified by the American board of Pediatrics and was a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, The American College of Physicians, the Southern Medical Association and the American Medical Association. He was also the father of two daughters and three sons.

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