How does one explain about AIDS to a child who has teen friends with AIDS? It is not easy. How does one talk about methods of transmission? It is not easy. One must walk a thin line, between explicit frankness and coy suggestiveness. How does one bring about the right attitude, towards persons living with AIDS and the HIV infectant? It is not easy. One must strive for acceptance where intolerance reigns, and replace fear with empathy, discrimination with compassion. The wonderful thing about this little book, is that it has made the difficult easy. Sheila looks at the world through the eys of a teen, and by doing so, creates awareness about AIDS in the most natural way possible ... simply, openly, and positively.