the birds & the bees

December 2002
Australian Parents;Dec2002/Jan2003, p20
Offers pieces of advice to parents on how to explain sex and conception to children. Technique for broaching the subject of birth and babies; Attitude of children with an interest in babies; Ways to help children in the process of getting to know the human body.


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