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e-Book What Is A Girl? What Is A Boy? epub download

Author: Stephanie Waxman
ISBN: 0970909241
Pages: 48 pages
Publisher: Marco Press (September 8, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Science Nature & How It Works
Size ePUB: 1456 kb
Size Fb2: 1716 kb
Size DJVU: 1849 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 476
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Subcategory: Children

e-Book What Is A Girl? What Is A Boy? epub download

by Stephanie Waxman



What is a girl? book.

What is a girl? book. First published in 1976, What Is A Girl? What Is A Boy? was hailed in the. The photographs set the record straight with humor, intelligence and earthy candor. The target audience is ages 3-7. Get A Copy.

Simple text and photographs explain the biological differences between males and females and illustrate the similarities between the sexes.

What is a boy? Stephanie Waxman. ISBN 10: 0915238101 ISBN 13: 9780915238101. Publisher: Peace Press, 1976.

If you are a boy, you will grow up to be a man. Every man has a penis and testicles. While some adults and children will be uncomfortable with the full frontal nudity in a small proportion of the photos here, this will be useful for those looking for a low-key, nonthreatening, yet graphic explanation of sexual differences to use with young children. More by stephanie waxman.

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What is a boy? By Stephanie Waxman. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell. Certainly, parents who don't help their children understand that boys can nurture and girls can be powerful do their children a disservice. One evening when my daughter Rachel was about 2 1/2, she suddenly stood up in her bath, beaming, and announced, ''I got it!'' ''What have you got?'' I asked. 'I got it!'' she repeated. But occasionally the blurring leaves children with their heads reeling and the evidence of their senses contradicted. Sure, boys can be loving and tender, they seem to say, their eyes narrowed skeptically; so show me a guy who's a mommy. Specifications.

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Unfortunately, physical fitness is still to become a 'fad' among Indian girls. Out of all the girls I know, only one joined a gym after going to college, that too only briefly. Apart from that, no girl is remotely interested in fitness (more)Loadin. riginally Answered: what is the first thing a boy looks in a girl? Posture. A nice posture leaves me attracted enough to steal a second look

First published in 1976, What Is A Girl? What Is A Boy? was hailed in the New York Times Book Review as "a simple, straightforward, cut-through-the-garbage explanation of what does--and doesn't--make a boy or a girl...The photographs set the record straight with humor, intelligence and earthy candor." The target audience is ages 3-7.
Skrimpak
great book
Awene
I think this book is sick and crude. I don't think any teacher should use this book in a classroom or a parent because the nudity in this book I think is going to far I think some of the pictures in this book is considered child pornography and people go to to jail for this.
Bedy
Stephanie Waxman sends a very large message in very simple words and pictures. What is a Girl? What is a Boy? delivers basic truths in an unabashed, appropriate and clear manner. Upon recommending this book to my adult patients to read to their children, many have told me that they wish that their parents had given them such a book when they were growing-up, instead of avoiding the issue of sex or giving "embarrassed" and misleading information. It is good news that it is being re-issued: we need it.

- Candace De Puy, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., Author of The Healing Choice
Bloodfire
I taught preschool for 17 years. Every spring, my four year olds behavior let me know it was time to bring out this book: developmentally, it absolutely speaks their language and directly meets what children want and NEED to know, to feel secure about their bodies, selves, and each other. Now I share this book with my early childhood education college students, learning to take the point of view of a preschooler. This is an amazing teaching tool that fosters critical thinking about stereotypes and confident self-identity.
Beazerdred
In the 70's this book was considered radical for being so plain-spoken about gender identity. While identity issues are now dealt with much more openly, this classic little book still fills the vital role of speaking honestly and reassuringly to young children about their bodies. Highly recommended.
Laitchai
I have been recommending this timeless book since its original publication in 1976. Thank goodness it is being reissued so a whole new generation will benefit from its unbiased lessons.
--Betsy Brown Braun, Child Development and Behavior Specialist, Author of JUST TELL ME WHAT TO SAY (2008)and YOU'RE NOT THE BOSS OF ME (2010)
Arihelm
I'm so glad this wonderful book is available again. Parents of young children can use it to comfortably initiate conversations about our bodies, gender and what really makes us who we are. Children can turn to this book again and again for exploration and understanding. How great it's back.
--Tandy Parks, RN, MPH, Parent Educator
Perfect cultish book for your little ones' early indoctrination into transphobia.
Why not let this panicking bigot into your little child's head? What could go wrong?