This image represents the cover of an educational teaching booklet for teachers, parents and health professionals to help them communicate with children about AIDS and how it is spread. It is meant to dimish the fears children have of getting AIDS, letting them know it is ok to talk about AIDS, and how it affects their daily lives. The last page of the booklet is a poster with 9 panels, each with children participating in every-day activities. The title of the poster, "Hey! You know what? You can't get AIDS from:" is followed by the 9 panels, each showing a child engaged in a safe activity: eating at restaurants, using toilets in public places, getting mosquito bites, giving someone a hug or kiss, sharing food with friends, playing on playgrounds, visiting someone who is sick with AIDS, and going to the doctor. The last panel shows 3 children, 1 adult, a cat, a dog, and 2 birds announcing, "AIDS is not spread by things we touch!". The booklet is 12 pages; 3 pages have illustrations. The booklet measures 28 x 22 cm.
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