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Under Our Clothes: Our First Talk About Our Bodies by Dr Jillian Roberts

Book Review: Under Our Clothes: Our First Talk About Our Bodies by Dr Jillian Roberts helps parents to have open and honest conversations with kids about bodies.

Book Review

A short overview of this book

Under Our Clothes: Our First Talk About Our Bodies by Dr Jillian Roberts is a great resource for helping parents to talk about bodies, body safety and body image. It also covers modesty, privacy, boundaries, when it’s okay for someone to look at your private parts,  what to do when worried, consent, body image, body shaming, self-esteem, positive thinking, and how to be a good friend.

I really like this book, but I was surprised that there was no discussion about penises and vulvas. It does mention that there are parts of our body that are private, but that’s all. So feel free to ask your child what parts these might be!

All in all, though, I think it’s a great resource and will help to start many important conversations!

You can learn more on this page, about how to talk to kids about sex education

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Ideal ages

What’s the ideal age for this book?

Under Our Clothes: Our First Talk About Our Bodies by Dr Jillian Roberts is ideal for children between the ages of 6 – 8 years of age.

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You can buy a copy of Under Our Clothes: Our First Talk About Our Bodies by Dr Jillian Roberts from Amazon or Book Depository.

You can find more books like this in my extensive list of Sex Education Books for Children.

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2 thoughts on “Under Our Clothes: Our First Talk About Our Bodies by Dr Jillian Roberts”

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    These books look like great resources. We agree, talking about penises and vulvas are a very important part of Body Science

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