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Usborne Facts of Life, Growing Up (All about Adolescence, body changes and sex) Paperback – 26 Sep 1997
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'Time after time, manages tricky subjects without fuss' - Times Educational Supplement; 'Direct and caring information' - Just Seventeen; 'straight-talking facts on everything you need to know about growning up' - My Guy; 'Absolutely excellent. It covers a fantastic amount of information in a clear and informative way... extremely reassuring' - Inform; 'This award-winning and thoughtful book will help to reassure anyone going through adolescence about the changes that occur to the body during puberty. It tackles in a clear and direct way issues such as hormones, sex, contraception, sexually transmitted infections and drugs, and contains valuable advice on healthy eating, exercise and hygiene' - Term Times
This text describes exactly what takes place in the body at the time of puberty. It contains sections on sex and contraception, food, exercise, hygiene and drugs and other problems both physical and emotional.
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After having 'The Talk' I gave each of my children this book so that they could dip in and out of it whenever they wanted to, and in the privacy of their own room. Occasionally one of my children comes to me with a query, and this book helps support our conversation. The diagrams are as detailed as the text, which I personally have no issue with, however it may be something to bear in mind if you are buying this for a young child.