Boys and girls' bodies are the same in some ways and different in others.
Everybody Has a Body: God Made Boys and Girls discusses the similarities and differences between male and female bodies. It does this in a language that young children can understand. The book introduces children to the way gender contributes to the dignity of the human person.
Everybody Has a Body is a simple, fun introduction to the differences between boys and girls.
About this Series:
Young children have questions about their bodies, too. When society says that gender is subjective, how can parents uphold traditional values about the beauty and dignity of the human body?
Building Blocks of ToB for Tots seeks to close the gap. Simple stories cover topics including gender differences, self-respect, and self-giving. The uncomplicated nature of these books makes them ideal to introduce Theology of the Body principles to small children in a way that they will understand.
Ideal for ages 2 – 5.
Features & Benefits:
- Includes a parent note at the end of each book
- Written by a respected Theology of the Body presenter
- Introduces children to the dignity of the whole human person
About the Author:
Monica Ashour, national speaker, former teacher, and executive director of the Theology of the Body Evangelization Team (TOBET), makes the depth and breadth of Saint John Paul II's revolutionary Theology of the Body (TOB) accessible. She holds two master's degrees-in the humanities and in theological studies-from the University of Dallas. Her TOB for Tots series introduces small children to the concept of TOB. She then goes one step deeper in TOB for Kids. These books make the mystery of the human person visible in the context of the Catholic faith. Young and old alike will learn to see the body as a gift from God and a call to love. For more resources from TOBET, visit their website.