I don't have kids of my own, but I am an aunt to five, ages 6 to 17, so naturally questions about sex and sexuality come up--often at the times I least expect them to. Levkoff's book is informative without being preachy.She covers every topic, maintains a sense of humor, and knows one of the most important things parents (or aunts, uncles, grandparents, etc.) must do is guide children into making healthy choices in their lives--and then she gives you the tools to know how to do so.

There are no "extra" body parts and the penis does not function the same without foreskin.

Not so much a how-to book on sexual education for your kids but thought provoking with several important things NOT to do.

As a godparent to several kids but with none of my own, I was very excited to read this book.

Levkoff gives advice to adults on how to make kids feel comfortable with themselves and the fact that sexuality is part of our humanity from the time that kids are infants to when they are teens struggling to make the right decisions.

The glans of a circumcised penis is constantly exposed and becomes desensitized.

As a result, circumcised sex tends to be rougher and drier.

Logan is precise without burdening a parent with too much information.

Levkoff gives the facts, she is straightforward and her book is easy to read.

I especially liked that she talked about the importance of teaching children to use accurate names for body parts and recommended talking to your children about consent.