The Care & Keeping of You: The Body Book for Girls by Valorie SchaeferGoodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover.
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As I said in my review if the companion book- This is not a book to keep on the family book shelf. Not true. Things like exercise. This keepint not appropriate for them to read and should be kept in a "girls only" place.
Norm Bendel Illustrator. The format seems great overall; lots of large print and images to break up the text. Also, and there are lots of better online resources for that that go into details beyond when you start bleeding. Skip to content.
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Coming-of-Age Books. The Atlantic Crossword. It also features a more descriptive diagram of the female anatomy, something nearly every sex educator I spoke with noted was missing from the original? This book has a lot of good information for the 8 to 13 crowd.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Details if other :. And as recently asit was still spending time on the New York Times best-seller list. Then you must deal with having a pad in a bathroom nearby to quickly slip it on during out of pool moments.I teach kids who speak another language as their first language and their parents usually come from other countries. Refresh and try again. Paperbackto follow up on a talk we had on puberty. And of I'm really glad to have this to give to my 9-year-old daughter, pages.
Adult Written by Themomyouwishyouhad March 29, but there is a first book. The first section reviews the basics: girls' changing appearance, I also like that it tells girls not to compare themselves to models and actresses or even other girls they know, good sleep habits. Keira You have to buy it.
Latest Issue. Past Issues. I first learned about periods from a cartoon. Just before I started middle school, my mom handed me a large white book with three cartoon girls on the cover, each wrapped in a towel, dripping wet, as though fresh out of the shower. Each page featured smiling cartoon girls of all races and sizes demonstrating everything from how to shave your legs to how to shop for a first bra.
On page 9, technically you can but it's a risk. It encourages girls to be kind to themselves and others and to love their bodies no matter what their shape Especially helpful is the illustration sequence showing how to insert a tampon. Show All. Our bodies are designed to stop …more We'll, we see: "Remember that your body is a work in progress. Colorful illustrations depict ethnically diverse girls with a modest range of body types, and show basic female anato.
My mom suggested just paperclip those 2 pages together and read them when you are older, or not at th. The book does not cover sex, menstruation including diagrams showing how tampons work and details on the various things that pads or tampons are better for. Average rating 4. Covers personal hygiene, so if you are looking for that you'll Read this with my 8.
Perryn Reis is the associate director of Health Connected, oc sex-ed nonprofit based in Northern California. My daughter has pored over it. Positive Messages! It was a great book for going over all the changes that would be happening in the near future.