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500 + Questions Kids Have About Sexuality

Questions for this book came directly from children in NSW. They were collected over a decade from children aged from 10 to 14 years who participated in Interrelate’s School Services programs. The proceeds from the sale of this and other books go directly to ensuring the valuable programs we provide for our school communities in NSW will continue. The questions in this book have been kept as close as possible to their original wording and spelling to ensure their integrity. We have answered all questions simply and accurately.

Other Interrelate books in the series:

100 + Questions Kids Have about Puberty

100 + Questions Kids Have about Having a Baby

100 + Questions Kids Have about Bullying

500 + Questions Kids Have About Sexuality

Author: Interrelate

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