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What's Happening to Me? (Girls Edition) (Facts of Life) Paperback – 31 Mar 2006
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'Look no further: the What's Happening to Me? Books are nothing short of brilliant. They aim to help children aged nine and above understand bodily changes and they do this extremely well.Susan Meredith answers the questions young girls want to ask but might feel afraid to. It's all there: getting measured up for a bra, periods, using towels and tampons, feeling, diet, health and hygiene and there is also a section on what happens to boys.The text is informal, chatty, full of useful facts and packed with considerate advice and support. A book like that wouldn't work as well without graphics and diagrams, and the illustrations are colourful and engaging as well as informative' - TES Magazine
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I bought this book in the boy version for my 10 year old son, who had started asking questions.
Therefore also bought this version to talk to my 8 year old (nearly 9) daughter about it and kill two birds with one stone. Due to her brother would have told her anyway, so best coming from us.
These books are a great way to talk about sex and discuss puberty, giving an easy to understand explanation, whilst not going into too much information.
I think the younger you talk to kids about these subjects, the more they understand and the less embarrassed they get. They hear a lot in the playground these days, through social media and the TV.
Myself and my partner felt that our children should be given the correct information from us, rather than wrong information from friends etc....
These books are a great way to have those conversations.
She enjoyed reading this book and read the book within a couple of days. A great book for any young girl who about to go through everything herself regarding growing up and change that is about to happen to her. She told me she liked reading it so I would recommend this book to any parent who's daughter is about to embark on her body changes