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Miriam Stoppard details all the questions that your children might ask you and how you can give them satisfactory answers, covering topics like sex and birth, the unknown, relationships, differences, safety and health.
Everything children really want to know about sexuality and bodies. This book answers their questions directly: the questions are real, the answers honest and the images funny.
Start talking with your kids about things that matter. Never has there been a greater need for young people to understand society and the world. Covering issues such as cheating, bullying, friendship and lying.
Non-religious parents are at the forefront of a major and unprecedented cultural shift. Russell merges scientific thought, scholarly research, and everyday experience with respect for a full range of ways to view the world.
Wish We Knew What to Say is a vital toolkit for parents from all backgrounds to talk openly and honestly about race to their children between the ages of 2-12 about race.
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We all want to raise kind and loving kids who will grow up to be conscientious adults. But in an unequal world, we must teach our sons to respect girls – and not just the ones they think are pretty.
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The go-to resource for parents hoping to understand and communicate with their gay child. Filled with real-life experiences from gay kids and parents, this is the book gay kids want their parents to read.
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This book offers expert advice for discussing divorce in healthy and effective ways, including breaking the initial news, fostering an open dialogue, and ensuring that your children's emotional needs are met.
A completely updated edition of the definitive book on children's sexual health. Now with expanded information on internet safety, birth control, sexual harassment and more.
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