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In both books, each chapter conveys its frank messages in five to six brief pieces written collectively by “The Group” or by individual contributors.


Reviewed by lian goodall in Canadian Children's Book News Winter 2009 VOL.32 NO.1Picked this up because I had read an article about a patron trying to get this removed from their library during banned book week, and how it was encouraging children to be raped in the library. I think it's a great book for teens, because it is by teens, and it can be really helpful when young girls have questions and don't feel comfortable talking about them with an adult.I think a lot of parents (which I believe that this patron was, because honestly if you think reading a book about sex is going to get your child raped in the bathroom, there are more issues than this book at work here) want to protect their child and don't give them the resources they need.


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