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Tell Me How It Is, a Book Collection of Sexual Formation for Boys, Girls and Adults too (Spanish)

Tell Me How It Is, a Book Collection of Sexual Formation for Boys, Girls and Adults too (Spanish)

These children’s books have been developed as an illustrated story series with characters that represent typical family situations in which the children can identify, and will find many answers. There are 3 books for children: “Tell me about my body”, “Tell me about your body”, “How Was I Born? Where Do Babies Come From?” The characters are Gabriela and Jose Miguel. Like many children their age, they are curious and they want to learn many things about their bodies, the bodies of other boys and girls, and the bodies of adults.

They want to learn about how they were born and where babies come from. Their parents understand them and they explain to their children what they need to know. There is a book for parents and teachers; it explains the sexuality of children, their psycho-sexual development, the evolution of their sexual curiosity, and the manner in which to respond clearly and affectionately, depending on the child’s age. These books are also extremely useful for parents and teachers since they encourage parents and teachers to compare and then reflect on what is happening in their homes and classrooms, and henceforth adopt a more comprehensive attitude with their children and students.

The Collection received the First Prize “Paolo Marangoni” as the best publication in Sexual Education in 2002. It has the approval of the World Association of Sexology, the Ecuadorian Society of Sexology and Sexual Education. This is the 3rd Edition, 2013.

Areas of Interest / Categories: WAS 2013

WAS 2013

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