Nonnie Talks about Gender

Nonnie Talks about Gender Do today s children have questions about gender Of course Nonnie Talks about Gender seeks to open the door to parent child communication by addressing potentially complicated and controversial issues

  • Title: Nonnie Talks about Gender
  • Author: Mary Jo Podgurski Alice M. Burroughs
  • ISBN: 9781500621469
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
  • Do today s children have questions about gender Of course Nonnie Talks about Gender seeks to open the door to parent child communication by addressing potentially complicated and controversial issues with sensitivity and warmth Alice Burroughs lovely illustrations form the backdrop for the story of two best friend, Alex and Tamika, as their many questions about genderDo today s children have questions about gender Of course Nonnie Talks about Gender seeks to open the door to parent child communication by addressing potentially complicated and controversial issues with sensitivity and warmth Alice Burroughs lovely illustrations form the backdrop for the story of two best friend, Alex and Tamika, as their many questions about gender are answered by Alex s grandma, Nonnie Gender, gender roles, and gender identity are explored while reinforcing the need for respect and empathy while dealing with difference The book is interactive It is divided into brief chapters that allow readers to pause and consider each lesson A parent teacher trusted adult guide, glossary and resources are included.
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      Posted by:Mary Jo Podgurski Alice M. Burroughs
      Published :2018-08-25T17:12:44+00:00

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    • Mell says:

      A how-to guide for explaining gender; it does a pretty good job of addressing that everyone is unique in how they feel about and see themselves. Really emphasizes respect and empathy. I marked as "for kids," but readers have to decide if the more advanced terms are too complicated for the kids in their lives. There is a glossary in the back, which seems like a middle school level to me.

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