Discusses reproduction in plants, animals, and humans.
Author: Sue Baker
Publisher: Childs Play International Limited
Discusses reproduction in plants, animals, and humans.
So, like the Scottish country jig 'The Birds and the Bees', the couples all change partners and learn some revealing truths about each other along the way. But what happens when Adam's master plan actually starts to work?
Author: Milly Johnson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
THE QUEEN OF FEEL-GOOD FICTION! 'Every time you discover a new Milly book, it’s like finding a pot of gold' Heat A warm, tender and utterly hilarious story about love and betrayal from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Queen of Wishful Thinking. Love can sting. Or make you fly ... Romance writer and single mum Stevie Honeywell has only weeks to go to her wedding when her fiancé Matthew runs off with her glamorous new friend Jo MacLean. It feels like history repeating itself for Stevie, but this time she is determined to win back her man. She isn't going to act as he might expect. She isn't going to wail and dig her heels in, she is simply going to pretend to let him go whilst she pursues a mad course of dieting, exercising and self-improvement. And it feels like history is repeating itself for Adam MacLean too, who is also determined to win his lady, Jo, back with the same basic psychological tactics. Then he is going to initiate his master plan: Getting together with Stevie to drive Jo wild with jealousy. So, like the Scottish country jig 'The Birds and the Bees', the couples all change partners and learn some revealing truths about each other along the way. But what happens when Adam's master plan actually starts to work? And just who will Stevie be dancing with when the music stops? 'Warm, optimistic and romantic' KATIE FFORDE
This book answers the questions parents may have, including: What lessons must my children learn at each stage to develop a healthy Christian sexuality? How can I have age-appropriate conversations about sensitive issues with my children?
Author: Greg Popcak
Publisher: Ascension Press
“The Talk.” It’s one of the most daunting prospects parents face. Communicating the richness of Catholic teaching on sexuality in a faithful and effective way can be an overwhelming responsibility. But does it have to be so? In this thoroughly revised version of Beyond the Birds and the Bees, Greg and Lisa Popcak empower you with the tools needed to move well beyond “the Talk” by offering a comprehensive guide to raising sexually whole and holy children. Using the riches of Blessed John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, the Popcaks help you safely navigate your children from infancy through the teenage years and beyond. This book answers the questions parents may have, including: What lessons must my children learn at each stage to develop a healthy Christian sexuality? How can I have age-appropriate conversations about sensitive issues with my children? How can I teach my children what it takes to be a true Catholic man or woman? How can I help my children have healthy, Christian dating relationships? …and much more
This books uses clear, easy to understand language to answer complex questions about sex and relationships, and covers all manner of tricky subjects from puberty to consent with delicate accuracy and honesty.
Author: Molly Potter
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
From the author of How Are You Feeling Today? and Will You Be My Friend? comes a brand new picture book all about the birds and the bees (sex education). It's natural for young children to have questions about their bodies and where they came from, but it can seem a daunting task to answer honestly so that they understand the subtleties of puberty, sex, reproduction and relationships, and are comfortable with their bodies. This books uses clear, easy to understand language to answer complex questions about sex and relationships, and covers all manner of tricky subjects from puberty to consent with delicate accuracy and honesty. Filled with bright, fun illustrations and helpful advice for parents and carers, Let's Talk About the Birds and Bees is the perfect book for explaining the facts of life to small children.
Dear grown-ups, let’s face it — discussing sex with kids can be a painfully awkward and overly complex experience.
Author: Justin Sweeting
Publisher: Boolarong Press
Dear grown-ups, let’s face it — discussing sex with kids can be a painfully awkward and overly complex experience. Though it needn’t be that way, as sex is the most natural thing in the world. For starters, all animals “do it”, and what’s so fascinating are all the interesting and comical ways of just how some animals mate. From the downright bizarre (penis fencing worms) to the simply hilarious (hippos firing poo) we hope that by framing human sex in the context of how some other creatures on the planet do it, sex not only becomes a far more approachable and entertaining subject to discuss, but your child will also soon discover that we are the most normal, safe and joyous of the lot!
Mama is about to have a new cub! From when the baby will arrive to how it will get out of Mama’s tummy, Sister has all kinds of questions about it. This beloved story is a perfect way to introduce children to birds, bees, and babies.
Author: Stan Berenstain
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Come for a visit in Bear Country with this classic First Time Book® from Stan and Jan Berenstain. Mama is about to have a new cub! From when the baby will arrive to how it will get out of Mama’s tummy, Sister has all kinds of questions about it. This beloved story is a perfect way to introduce children to birds, bees, and babies.
"This comprehensive guide to sexuality is a must-have resource for parents.
Author: Robin Pickering
How to Raise a Sexually Healthy, Safe, and Informed Child in Our Modern World Beyond the Birds and the Bees enables parents to engage in effective age-appropriate, evidence-based, integrated discussions with their children to optimize sexual health and reduce risky behaviors. Raise sexually healthy kids. As parents, we want our children to be armed with scientifically accurate sexual education. But many of us lack the information, tools, and skills to be able to effectively engage in these complex conversations with our children. This is where Dr. Robin Pickering's Beyond the Birds and the Bees comes in. This book is an essential tool for parents. It informs about key issues surrounding sexual health so that you are better equipped to engage in age-appropriate, evidence-based, informed discussions with your children, improving sexual health and reducing risk behaviors throughout their lives. Help your kids through puberty and beyond. Dr. Pickering knows that your children are going to face unique and difficult issues as they grow up. To help you prepare, Beyond the Birds and the Bees covers controversial and sensitive topics, diving into questions that many parents are afraid to ask. The chapters are written in an accessible format that is easy to understand and pass on to your kids. This book also takes an inclusive approach to sex education, capturing the unique concerns and questions related to modern sexuality, including: Issues related to social media and the internet Topics such as consent and personal safety Unique concerns in the LGBTQ+ community Safety for those who chose to be sexually active Effective promotion of abstinence Accessing appropriate healthcare resources and information Readers of age-appropriate books on sexuality and puberty like Celebrate Your Body (and Its Changes, Too!), Growing Up Great!, Boys & Sex and Girls & Sex will love the scientifically based tools in Beyond the Birds and the Bees.
A teen who's never even been kissed becomes her school's unofficial sex expert in Olivia Hinebaugh's fun, voice-y contemporary YA romance debut.
Author: Olivia Hinebaugh
Publisher: Swoon Reads
A teen who's never even been kissed becomes her school's unofficial sex expert in Olivia Hinebaugh's fun, voice-y contemporary YA romance debut. Seventeen-year-old Lacey Burke feels like the last person on the planet who should be doling out sex advice. For starters, she’s never even kissed anyone, and she hates breaking the rules. Up until now, she's been a straight-A music geek that no one even notices. All she cares about is jamming out with her best friends, Theo and Evita. But then everything changes. When Lacey sees first-hand how much damage the abstinence-only sex-ed curriculum of her school can do, she decides to take a stand and starts doling out wisdom and contraception to anyone who seeks her out in the girls' restroom. Meanwhile, things with Theo have become complicated, and soon Lacey is not just keeping everyone else’s secrets, but her own as well.
An incredible number of black birds were pecking around what appeared to be a
pile of rags. “Holy shit,” Lisa ... “Birds ... Bees ... After last week's random bee
attack, and now this. A warning has to be issued to watch for swarms of killers
Author: Sèphera Girón
Publisher: Crossroad Press
We barely notice them, though they are all around us, flying overhead, singing … or just watching. But lately Gabrielle has been noticing the birds. Especially the mysterious black birds that seem to call to her, to follow her, to dive at her. They stare at her with their soulless, black eyes. Soon incidents with birds begin to appear on the news. People are getting hurt. The birds are out of control. Then Gabrielle notices that bees, too, are becoming more dangerous … Birds, bees, hornets, wasps … The city is under siege. Nature has run amok. Death hovers in the sky, then swoops down on the unsuspecting in a swarm. How can mankind fight an enemy that numbers in the billions? Could Gabrielle somehow hold the key?
Trained in journalism and public relations, Graves began writing this book to
make sense of the complex emotions and difficult steps involved in what she
once thought was as simple as “the birds and the bees.” She quickly learned that
Author: Sandhya M. Graves
Publisher: Author House
Sandhya's life was magical. She married her best friend, Tyler Graves, and a few short months later, their dreams of growing their family became a reality - she was pregnant. Yet, three short months later, on the very night they were out celebrating the end of their first trimester, Sandhya had to be rushed to the hospital. Amidst the sterile rooms of the emergency room and the unfriendly, cold resident on duty, Sandhya and Ty were told their baby had died. Stunned and shaken, they went home to await the physical and emotional pain and grief that comes with miscarrying a baby. Little did they know, their dreams of having a family would be years away. Their struggle with infertility, in-vitro fertilization, repeated pregnancy loss and serious health issues plagued them for the next several years.
Author: Michael Gross
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Michael Gross has been writing about science full time for the last eight years and as a night time hobby for the previous seven. From his treasure troves, he now presents his favourite science stories from these 15 years. What are the attractions that make him revisit a topic or reread an article again and again? Often, it's the sheer craziness of wildly unexpected findings or grotesquely oversized challenges. In other stories, there is a sexy element or an unexpected insight into the human condition. And sometimes, when reporting new and future technologies, the author just can't help thinking: »cooooooool!« So here are more than 60 crazy, sexy and cool science stories for you to enjoy.
Set in two adjoining bedrooms on a modern Canadian farm, the play tackles sex, love, science, family, and the artificial insemination of turkeys. The Birds and the Bees is a laugh-out-loud comedy with a huge, honeyed heart.
Author: Mark Crawford
Publisher: Scirocco Drama
This weekend may be the last-ever Turkey Days, but for these four characters, that isjust the beginning! Sarah, a turkey farmer, has just left her husband and moved back home to live with her mom Gail. Gail's a beekeeper and she has other things to worry about--like why her honeybees are dropping dead. Then there's Earl: Gail's neighbour, farm tenant, and the ex-husband of Gail's ex-husband's new wife. In these past twenty years, he's been keeping himself mighty busy with the ladies, but Gail's never really got back on that horse...so to speak. And finally, there's Ben: an athletic 23-year-old Masters student, here to study the declining bee populations. Secretly still a virgin, he's about to get a big lesson in pollination... Set in two adjoining bedrooms on a modern Canadian farm, the play tackles sex, love, science, family, and the artificial insemination of turkeys. The Birds and the Bees is a laugh-out-loud comedy with a huge, honeyed heart.
"The Big Talk is probably the most feared discussion any parent will ever have with their child.
Author: Traci Lester
"The Big Talk is probably the most feared discussion any parent will ever have with their child. Most parents prefer to wait until the child is older to discuss sex while others simply avoid it altogether. The problem is, if parents are not talking to their young child about sex, someone else is, and it likely isn't the kind of information you want your child to know."--Page 4 of cover.
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Author: Marilyn Morris
Publisher: Republic Books
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As does the soul of a gay, celibate Christian, the book Birds, Bees, and Me makes its home at the junction of spirituality and sexuality.
Author: Collin Brice
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
As does the soul of a gay, celibate Christian, the book Birds, Bees, and Me makes its home at the junction of spirituality and sexuality. From adolescence on, navigating the confusion of these topics with the ambiguity of a queer sort of Christianity is both awkward and heart-wrenchingly lonely. Birds, Bees, and Me is here to provide snapshots throughout the journey of one Christian boy who found himself exclusively attracted to other men. The narrative moves forward and backward through the speaker’s life in order to paint a picture of the shattered pieces of himself that must be picked up throughout the years. Suicidal thoughts, panic attacks, and self-hatred all ensue cyclically with each new discovery and paradigm shift as the author begins to chase after intimacy, identity, and sexuality in ways that his faith had previously restricted. But with each step there is also an invigorated readiness which braces for the cold, misunderstanding world that he and his sexuality must learn to flourish in.
How to know about birds and trees, flowers and bees, book for children.
Author: Walt Disney
Publisher: Advance Pub Llc
How to know about birds and trees, flowers and bees, book for children.