Lintball Leo's Not-So-Stupid Questions about Your Body

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Zondervan, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 123 pages
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“Everything a boy should know, but won't ask!”Finally, everything you wanted to know about your body, but you've just been too chicken to ask. Lintball Leo's Not–So-Stupid Questions About Your Body is the first book for boys that gives honest answers to real questions about your body from a biblical perspective. No, you're not falling apart—you're just growing up! But there's no need to fear, when Lintball Leo is near. He's your personal guide to understanding your body. With information about everything from steroid use to body parts, there's not a question Lintball Leo hasn't heard. These aren't questions some adult made up, but they're real questions asked by real boys just like you. You want to know the truth? Now you can, because Lintball Leo's Not–So-Stupid Questions About Your Body gives you the facts—no holds barred!Through imaginative and innovative products, Zonderkidz is feeding young souls.
 

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User Review  - Momof1 - Christianbook.com

I have not shared this book with my son yet, but I've gone through it. I particularly like how even topics I feel my son is too young to read about, like masturbation and sexual thoughts, are dealt ... Read full review

Review: This homeschool product specifically reflects a Christian worldview. Lintball Leo's Not-So-Stupid Questions About Your Body - eBook

User Review  - mommy of four - Christianbook.com

I just rec'd this book and haven't given it to my son yet. It is sooo appropriate and is very well written for a boy to even read it to himself if he is easily embarrassed. I am looking forward to giving this to my son I think he will be happy to learn that hes normal. Read full review

Contents

The Good the Bad and the Ugly
11
Im Not Liking My Body
19
Gettin My Zzzzzs
33
Im So Mad I Could
45
Do You Really Want to Take the Risk?
55
Up Here and Down There
63
Whats That Smell and What Are Those Zits Doing Here?
71
Important Stuff About Boy Parts
81
The M Word
89
Why Did God say Wait?
97
It Gets Really Embarrassing
107
ExhaleInhale
115
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Walt Larimore, MD, has been called "one of the best known family physicians in America" and has been listed in the Best Doctors in America, The Guide to America's Top Family Doctors, and Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare, Who's Who in America, and the International Health Professionals of the Year. He is also a best-selling author who has written, co-written, or edited thirty books. He writing has been recognized with a number of national awards, including a Christianity Today Book of the Year award, a Retailers Choice book award, three Silver Medallion Book Awards, three Gold Medallion Book Award nominations, and three Christy Award nominations. He and his wife, Barb, have two grown children, two grandchildren, and live in Colorado Springs area with their tabby, Jack. His website is www.DrWalt.com and his Morning Glory, Evening Grace devotions can be found at www.Devotional.DrWalt.com.

John Riddle is a freelance writer and author from Bear, Delaware. His byline has appeared in major newspapers, magazines and Websites. He is the author of 34 books, including Lintball Leo's Not So Stupid Questions About Your Body, For God and Country, and The Story of the Pony Express. He is a presenter at both Christian and secular writers conferences across the country, and last year spoke at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. He is the Founder of Love To Write Day, a grassroots effort to have people of all ages write something every November 15th. Last year 12,007 schools all across the country held special writing events and activities. For more information, please visit www.ilovetowriteday.org

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