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What's the Big Secret?

Talking About Sex With Girls and Boys
Brown, Laurene Krasny (Book - 1997)
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
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Answers some of the most common questions about sex and development.
Authors: Brown, Laurene Krasny
Title: What's the big secret?
talking about sex with girls and boys
Publisher: Boston : Lttle, Brown and Co., 1997
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 31, [1] p. :,col. ill. ;,30 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Laurie Krasny Brown and Marc Brown
Contents: How do boys and girls differ?: Names
Clothes
Hair
Playing
Feelings
Bodies: a little anatomy lesson
Using the toilet
More about girls' and boys' bodies: Talking
Looking
Touching
Being touched
Why boys and girls differ - a little lesson in reproduction: Starting a baby
Growing a baby
Awaiting a baby
Having a birth day! (or belly button day!)
What now?
Summary: Answers some of the most common questions about sex and development.
Additional Contributors: Brown, Marc Tolon
ISBN: 0316109150
9780316109154
0316101834
9780316101837
Branch Call Number: j 649.65 B878w 1997 Parenting
Subject Headings: Sex instruction for children Sex differences Juvenile literature Human reproduction Juvenile literature Sex instruction for children Juvenile literature Reproduction Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Sex instruction for children
Sex differences
Human reproduction
Sex instruction for children
Reproduction
LCCN: 96015521
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With straight text and cartoon-like illustrations, the authors present answers to common questions about sex and development.

The Authors tackle a thorny subject: sex and sexuality and not simply physical differences but also gender roles, the issue of privacy, and reproduction.,,the Browns do an outstanding and very responsible job of introducing a wide variety of terms (everything from the expected, umbilical cord, to... Read More »


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