Everything children really want to know about sexuality and bodies and aren't afraid to ask. This book collects questions asked by boys and girls and answers them directly: the questions are real, the answers honest and the images funny. How much sex education do children need? As much as they ask for, say the experts. And exactly what do children want to know? Ask them! This book collects questions asked anonymously by children in classes about the human body, love and sexuality by experienced sex educationist Katharina von der Gathen. The answers are both direct and warm-hearted, giving children the information they really want to know in a form they can relate to. What is so important about the body? Why do bodies grow hair? Why do people kiss? Is it embarrassing to have sex? Why do breasts hang down? What does it feel like to be in love? Can a grandmother have children? What is a hormone? Can a child fart when it's inside a mother's body? What is sexy?
Emotions -- Juvenile literature.
Gender identity -- Juvenile literature.
Interpersonal relations -- Juvenile literature.
Physiology -- Juvenile literature.
Puberty -- Juvenile literature.
Sex instruction for children -- Juvenile literature.
Sex instruction for children.
Tanaka, Shelley, translator.