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Sex Education- Analogy to Don’t Stick Sticks…


Teaching Sexual Education in schools is similar to reading our book to kids. Reading Don’t Stick Sticks Up Your Nose! Don’t Stuff Stuff In Your Ears! will NOT increase the likelihood that your child will put an object in their ears and nose. 2 Big Box ‪#‎craft‬ stores decided not to put this book on their […]

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Review on “Don’t Stick, Don’t Stuff” Book


Matthew G. Sherwin, Amazon Hall of Fame reviewer, gives this 5 out of 5 stars! “Don’t Stick Sticks Up Your Nose! Don’t Stuff Stuff In Your Ears!” is an excellent book for toddlers and small children alike who are learning that all important lesson that we shouldn’t put things like buttons and chopsticks in our ears […]

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Review on “Don’t Stick, Don’t Stuff” Book


Grady Harp, Amazon reviewer, gives this 5 out of 5 stars! Jerald S. Altman, MD and Richard Jacobson have created a charming, rhyming story for children (and frustrated adults!) about misplacement of foreign objects in improper orifices. Not only is it very entertaining and funny to read but it also carries a serious message that, […]

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Review on “Don’t Stick, Don’t Stuff” Book


Ambergris “John Thomas”, Amazon reviewer, gives this 4 out of 5 stars! This book is one of those that should be in every home that has a toddler running around. A poem flows through the entire book that talks about sticking various objects up ones nose and ears. It’s very nicely illustrated throughout in a […]

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Review on “Don’t Stick, Don’t Stuff” Book


prisrob, Amazon reviewer, gives this 5 out of 5 stars! Have you ever been tempted to put something in your ear, or up your nose? Don’t do it, that’s not where that stuff goes. Food in your mouth, OK, smelling a rose, OK, glasses over your eyes, OK! But nothing in your ears or in […]

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Review on “Don’t Stick, Don’t Stuff” Book


Shirley Priscilla Johnson, Amazon reviewer, gives this 5 out of 5 stars! My first impression of this book was ‘Wow!” It is a sturdy, colorful book, with a ‘what is that?’ picture on the front. Definitely makes you stop and take notice. The story is geared towards children to help them understand it is not […]

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