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Book WHERE DOES THE TROMBONE GO? The Sex Ed Questions You Won't Believe Kids Ask (and answered by their teachers)

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WHERE DOES THE TROMBONE GO? The Sex Ed Questions You Won't Believe Kids Ask (and answered by their teachers)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | WHERE DOES THE TROMBONE GO? The Sex Ed Questions You Won't Believe Kids Ask (and answered by their teachers).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Jim Seaman(Author) Vivienne Vitalich(Author)

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This book is a collection of 335 questions about sex and related topics written by 4th, 5th and 6th grade students and answered by their teachers. Some of the questions are thoughtful and mature such as:

"When they have sex, do they ask who is going to start it?"

or

"Can a guy have menopause?"

Others can be a little "far out" and hilarious such as:

"If someone had a penis and a vagina, could they have sex with themselves??

or

"Can ghosts have sex?"

Others could only come from the curious and unpredictable minds of pre-teens such as:

"If someone farts when they are having sex, what happens?"

or

"What if the boy and girl have sex and the boy pees in the girl's vagina?"

While most parents make a valiant effort to present "the birds and the bees" talk to their children, they often fall short on the accuracy of their answers or they are too embarrassed to answer at all. While this book can educate adolescents about the challenging topic of sex, it will also engage and entertain readers of all ages.

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes

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