Mommy Magic: Anatomy and Sex Ed for Pre-Schoolers by Gail Clifford
Have you ever felt ill-equipped to answer your child’s question? Read this book with them and have the answers for anatomy and sex education questions. Start the discussion early and build a great relationship with your children about topics others may find embarrassing.
With a story that fits anatomically with sex and the creation of a baby, answer the actual question your child asks (not more) and they’ll grow in their knowledge of their own bodies.
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