Is this Normal?: Girls' Questions

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Erin Falligant, Michelle Watkins
American Girl Publishing, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 110 pages
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More than two million girls have read The Care & Keeping of You, and many of them wrote to American Girl with concerns about their own changing bodies. In this follow-up book, Is This Normal?, girls can read some of those letters, along with responses that may answer some of their own questions. The book isn't meant to be a substitute for conversations with parents. In fact, the last chapter of the book gives girls tips for talking with parents about puberty and other touchy topics. Armed with the information in this book, girls will feel ready for and excited about the changes ahead.

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Review: Is This Normal?: Girls' Questions, Answered by the Editors of the Care & Keeping of You

User Review  - Stacey - Goodreads

This book will be great for my daughter, as she has questions about growing up. Read full review

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My daughter has this book and it makes her feel that she's not alone in this world. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Erin Falliganthas a master's degree in child clinical psychology and coaches Girls on the Run, where she helps girls build self-confidence and create paths of their own near her home just outside of Madison, Wisconsin.

Dr. Lauren Gerber is one of the Chicago metropolitan areas leading clinical Psychologists specializing in child and family therapy. Since graduating with honors at the top of her doctoral class at Pace University in 1995, she's maintained a private practice in Chicago and the suburbs as well as working for more than a decade in the suburban public school systems. Dr. Gerber also teaches at a University instructing graduate students in their study in the field of Psychology. Norm Bendell's witty illustrations have been the driving force behind some of the most successful campaigns in the modern era of advertising. His award winning work has also appeared in hundreds of publications, in animation and best selling books, including American Girl's best selling series. Norm began his career in Chicago, but soon moved to the crucible of New York to become an award winning Art and Creative Director. He then brought all that experience to a sophisticated illustrative style and has been delighting audiences and clients worldwide ever since.

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