I would like to buy the boys' one too! My neice was upset and scared and didnt want to hear anything we said, I got her this book and she felt a little better realizing that this happens to everyone and that she wasnt strange. Needless to say, I was too embarrassed to ever take it out of the cupboard. The description is more than enough - talking about what actually happens including to a man's willy is probably a bit too much for younger readers, w I'm probably going to get pilloried for this. I thought this was a great book that explained puberty in a way that makes everyone comfortable. It is a very good book and I think any ks2 girl should read it. This book made my conversation with my child a lot easier than what I originally going to have with them. Bright, cartoon-style illustrations and scientific diagrams explain the physical and emotional changes of growing up in a simple and reassuring way, while the contents and index pages make key topics easy to find.
This book made my conversation with my child a lot easier than what I originally going to have with them. The Girl Wise series is also very good and covers a range of topics including navigating friendships. It talks about the hardening of a willy, insertion into the vagina, and the process leading to ejaculation. And kids need to know about this stuff - and this book can help kids not take themselves so seriously. It is a big help, to my next stages in life!!! It was quite short I bought this book for my eldest daughter and decided I'd read it first. Usually, I use it like my puberty counsellor.
I would recommend it for many parents needing a little help. I want my daughters to have all the information they need about puberty, bodies and babies so they aren't tempted to learn from friends or the internet. But since it has been improved with the addition of coffee grounds and chicken juice I figure we're good. This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees. His books have Peter Mayle born June 14, 1939, in Brighton was a British author famous for his series of books detailing life in Provence, France.
I don't like to read but I found that this book was easy to read and understand!! The two sentences on masturbation are a bit more specific and inviting than I would be comfortable giving to a ten-year-old, but then this is a book to read together and talk about anyway. Short and mostly factual, including the approach to sexual attraction. I decided to go ahead and give it to her. It tells you about, how to get rid of spots, when they will need a bra, what periods are like, why do i feel moody? I didn't want 2 buy this bk, 'cos I thought it was silly. So I sat down with the kid and explained page by page all the reasons why this book is terrible. It is fun too because there are pictures in it and the information was very fruitful! But every child is different and day at I purchased this book looking for a way to introduce body changes to my almost 9 year old.
The very worst part, which my husband even gasped at as he ambled past, is the page about girls' breasts and how they're for looking nice and boys and men love them. The description is more than enough - talking about what actually happens including to a man's willy is probably a bit too much for younger readers, which this book claims to target 8+. Peter Mayle died in Provence, France. Read the following reviews or. I didn't regret introducing it to her.
Seriously, you will have no regrets buying this book! My daughter happened to leave it on the coffee table upside down and I noticed it had been created by three dudes in the 70s. I really love this book! This sensitive, informative guide to puberty for girls tackles everything from body image to mood swings, hormones and first bras. Indeed, his seventh book, A Year in Provence, chronicles a year in the life of a British expatriate who settled in the village of Ménerbes. This is a very funny book with great illustrations. Read the book first so you can choose what you want to read with them as it talks about the body as well as the hormones and feelings they may be feeling and how to manage that. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Programme Excludes: Mauritania, Central African Republic, Nigeria, Côte d'Ivoire Ivory Coast , Benin, Botswana, Niger, Mozambique, Saint Helena, Equatorial Guinea, Namibia, Guinea, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Cape Verde Islands, Togo, Morocco, Madagascar, Uganda, Congo, Democratic Republic of the, Rwanda, Kenya, Somalia, Western Sahara, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Zambia, Chad, Gabon Republic, Swaziland, Ethiopia, Mali, Malawi, Senegal, Tanzania, Djibouti, Comoros, Cameroon, Mayotte, Liberia, Reunion, Congo, Republic of the, Seychelles, Ghana, Gambia, Eritrea, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritius, Angola, Egypt, Guinea-Bissau, Lesotho, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Armenia, Azerbaijan Republic, Maldives, Virgin Islands U.
But every child is different and day at different stages so it will defiantly be read by her in the future. While kids are encouraged not to worry! Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. I borrowed it from the library and enjoyed reading this helpful guide. This book does that very well and on that score, I'd highly recommend it. No no, maybe the worst part is the page where girls are told that other girls may tease them about their breasts but it's only because they're 'jealous'. After reading it with her I realised just how much she had grown into a young lady.
This book describes exactly what will happen to your body in a straightforward, easy-to-understand way, and it explains some of your feelings too - all you need to know for this important time in your life. I purchased this book looking for a way to introduce body changes to my almost 9 year old. There were a few giggles here and there but she was really interested, took it all seriously and understood it well. As innocent as she is, I feel it's important to encourage early understanding of the facts opposed to hearing untruthful things amongst her peers which was already happening We read it together answering any questions along the way. The print, language and pictures are set in such a way that it is inviting to young women but also mature in content. My Mom bought this for me when I was a tween, and I loved it - it's funny, the illustration are great, and it explains puberty and your body's changes really well.
The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. I gave it to my 12 year old daughter and the book encouraged an honest discussion between her and I, that lead to clarification of many non-truths she heard at school! It gives clear, if not completely explicit, details, facts and pictures of physiological changes that are occuring in a young woman's body. She likes it so much that she will often pick it up to read on her own. Oh man, I just can't decide. Good Name for this book! I remember this book clearly, almost to the page! To me, it's too much information for an 8 year old the book is recommended for 8+ , better suited to a 10 year old. For two reasons, it promotes a very body positive mindset and provides more information. I bought this book for my eldest daughter and decided I'd read it first.