Our expert says:
Not especially odd in her own book, and could be innocent - but odder that she chose to draw it in HIS book. Clearly, your message isn't clear about whether the girl is your child ( the lad's sister ) or another child at school.
If the former, this is a family matter, and you are free to gen tly discuss it with the girl to ask about what she was thinking about, why she chose this image, and on what she was basing it ( for instance, occasionally a child starts generating sexualized images if they have been exposed to abuse or simply seeing more anatomical features than they're ready for ).
If it is another child, it may be worth mentioning to the school teacher, and perhaps through the teacher, to the girl's mom ; and then your focus would mainly be on your son's reaction. Remain open to discussing with him any concerns he may have. And accept that there may be few - sometimes we manage to ignore images and themes we're not ready for and not interested in
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