Item description for How to Talk Confidently with Your Child about Sex: For Parents (Learning About Sex) by Lenore Buth...
Overview You want your children to know your wished and God's plan for their sexuality. Today's movies, music, and books may not contain information you want your children to have. How to Talk Confidently with Your Child about Sex helps you find the right words to ensure that your children have a Christ-centered understanding of one of God's most precious gifts.
From preschoolers to adults, the updated and revised Learning About Sex series makes the awesome gift of sexuality understandable to all. Age-appropriate language and graphics throughout the six books help the reader recognize gender differences as one of God's great gifts designed as part of His creation plan.
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Studio: Concordia Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.3" Height: 0.48" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2008
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
Edition Updated, Revise
Series Learning About Sex
ISBN 0758614144 ISBN13 9780758614148
Reviews - What do customers think about How/Talk Confidently/Your Child About Sex-Parents?
The Books In This Series Are Very Helpful Jan 22, 2008
As a Pastor of Children's Ministries, I frequently give away or recommend books from this series. The series provides parents with information and a strategy for presenting the material to their children. Use the recommendations as a suggestion - your child may need to hear the content sooner, depending on the exposure he/she has had from peers or others.
Good Nov 18, 2001
Ms Buth takes a brave stab at a tricky subject. My dad bought it to try to explain sex to my sister and me but handed his copy to me saying that confident talk was no substitute for reading it for myself. ... Still, it strikes me as a sound treatment and a useful guide.
Good Nov 18, 2001
Ms Buth takes a brave stab at a tricky subject. My dad bought it to try to explain sex to my sister and me but handed his copy to me saying that confident talk was no substitute for reading it for myself. I guess he must have forgotten about they crude and obscene margin doodlings he made. Still, it strikes me as a sound treatment and a useful guide.