This book is intended to be read and shown to a child by a parent. Through pictures and words, it teaches appropriate and inappropriate touching. It is written on a child’s level, but the cartoon like illustrations are anatomically correct to avoid confusion.
Alexandria Assoc (1983), Edition: New, 52 pages
0961103418 / 9780961103415
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