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Erika and Matthew are here to talk about bodies and sexual health! Have you ever wanted to learn exactly how pregnancy works? How about what to expect at your next doctor's visit? Or even just really understanding what's down there ? Erika and Matthew are ready to help out with their second book in the Drawn to Sex series. Utilizing their many years of experience and the input of some amazing guest experts, they've jam-packed this book with funny, sex-positive, inclusive, judgment-free comics all about your body and its sexual health. They explore the details of reproductive health, from STIs to anatomy, abortion to pregnancy, and as many other topics they could fit in! Pick up this fun book if you're looking to improve upon your initial sex education, or need a book to help someone new along. This is a great introduction to your body and health, and an approachable resource to learn more about yourself!
Celebrate the differences that make life richer and more interesting with this inclusive board book about a budding friendship. Making friends is something all children do, but sometimes it can feel scary. They might worry that no one will like them or that they are too different to find a friend. In this sweet board book, the narrator lists all the ways children can be different from a prospective friend: I wake early. You're up late. My hair's curly. Yours is straight. I can swim, but you can skate. Will you be friends with me? Instead of worrying that these differences will make friendship impossible, the narrator decides that: We are different. That's okay! Life is much more fun that way. Perfect for children heading to school or any child in a new situation trying to make friends, this encouraging book reassures readers that diversity is what makes friendship--and life--so interesting.