This frank discussion between young baseball players and their coach presents easy-to-understand analogies describing the body’s immune system and the actions of the AIDS virus. Costumed germs and T- Cells demonstrate how the immune system is affected by the HIV virus. The coach makes it clear that it is difficult to get AIDS. Only through “risky behavior” such as sharing needles in illegal drug use, or having intimate contact with an infected person can one be at risk. Children learn that with appropriate behavior, they have nothing to fear from the AIDS virus.