Hmmm...well I read it at a pretty young age, about 9 or 10.At first I was like, "Whoa!My parent's actually did THAT?!" The book covers most of the basics like periods and sex, condoms, STDS (AIDS was also covered, even though I already knew about it), how twins are made (ummm...I didn't really get that part), and stuff like that.I'm not too sure who wrote it, I'll go check my bookshelf (I'm too lazy to go up there right now!) later.I liked the book because it covered most of the stuff I'd have trouble asking my parents later in life.Geeze.That was a long post.
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