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Youth, AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases -- by Susan Moore (Author) (Book - Child)

Product Description "What has been the impact of AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases on the lives of young people? Youth, AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases provides a comprehensive overview...

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Age groups: Adolescence (13-21), Adulthood (22+)

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Black Hearts: The Development of Black Sexuality in America -- by Nick Myers (Author) (Book - Child)

"The book is in 2 parts. The first part looks at the historical aspect of Blacks and sexuality. It begins in Africa and the sexuality among various tribes. It moves along into American slavery and the...

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Age groups: Adulthood (22+)

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Asking About Sex and Growing Up: A Question-and-Answer Book for Boys and Girls -- by Joanna Cole (Author) (Book - Child)

"Today's children hear about sex all the time-on television, in the movies, and from their friends. But what they hear and see does not always give a healthy or even an accurate view of sexuality. ...

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Age groups: Adolescence (13-21)

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From Boy To Man -- What Boys Should Know About Growing Up (Book - Child)

A straightforward, sensitive discussion of the physical and emotional changes boys experience as they mature. Explains the reproductive process, addresses common questions and concerns, and stresses...

Ages 12 years - 14 years.

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Everything You Need to Know about Growing up Female -- by Ellen Kahaner (Author) (Book)

"These attractive educational books address students' questions in areas ranging from health and well-being to responsibility. Adolescence is a period of enormous physical, emotional, and social...

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Age groups: Adolescence (13-21)

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Teenage Boys!: Surviving and Enjoying These Extraordinary Years -- by Bill Beausay (Author) (Book)

"Teenage Boys! is very upbeat with a flexible, not prescriptive, approach; suggestions are practical ideas for parents to try. Gurian's book is less a parenting book, although it will interest parents...

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Age groups: Adolescence (13-21), Adulthood (22+)

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The Me Nobody Knows: A Guide for Teen Survivors -- by Shari Bennett, Barbara Bean (Authors) (Book - Child)

"When teenagers are victims of sexual abuse, the 'normal' problems of adolescence are exacerbated. The authors validate the conflicting emotions aroused by sexual abuse and offer these adolescents...

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Age groups: Adolescence (13-21)

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Autism-Asperger's & Sexuality: Puberty & Beyond -- by Jerry Newport (Author) (Book - Parent)

Product Description "A husband and wife with Asperger's Syndrome give invaluable advice to and for teens and adults going through this difficult period. Anyone who has read Jerry Newport's first...

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Age groups: Adolescence (13-21), Adulthood (22+)

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Everything You Never Wanted Your Kids to Know About Sex, but Were Afraid They'd Ask -- by Justin Richardson, Mark Schuster (Authors) (Book - Parent)

"Written by two Harvard-trained doctors, this one-of-a-kind survival guide helps parents stay sane through every stage of their child's sexual development?from infancy to the teen years and beyond....

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Age groups: Infancy (<1), Adolescence (13-21), Toddlerhood (1-3), Preschool/Kindergarten (3-5), School Age (6-12)

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Almost 12: The Story of Sex -- by Kenneth Taylor (Author) (Book - Child)

"Written to be read page-by-page with a child, this book follows the progress of human life from conception to birth, highlighting key facts and important moral values. Ages 10-12." -Ingram

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Age groups: Adolescence (13-21)

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