GIRLS ARE GIRLS AND BOYS ARE BOYS: So What's The Difference? by Sol Gordon

GIRLS ARE GIRLS AND BOYS ARE BOYS: So What's The Difference?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Some random poking around at various levels of sex and sex-role education, beginning with the interchangeable play and career preferences that were more effectively celebrated in Merriam's Boys & Girls, Girls & Boys. Then there's a perfunctory investigation of where babies come from, and finally a swift glance at wet dreams, masturbation, and menstruation, the sort of topics Pomeroy covers at length. Except for a few showering nudes, the cartoon-strip kids pictured here don't show much of anything, and the grab bag explanations cover questions asked at different developmental levels -- and better answered in many other places. A low budget quickie.

Pub Date: Oct. 21st, 1974
ISBN: 0879756861
Publisher: John Day