You Ought to Know: A Guy's Guide to Sex

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Many middle school boys are confused and uncertain about what it means to be a man and what kind of man to become. Experts are increasingly concerned about the need to nurture boys' self-esteem during the critical years between childhood and adulthood. Rosen Central's new Guys' Guides offer a positive response to the questions and concerns that middle school boys have about themselves and their world. These eye-catching new books are an invaluable tool to help boys negotiate the difficult path to becoming men.

They may not know exactly when it happens, but for preteen boys, sex becomes the number one thing on their mind. This book prepares guys to deal with the physical and emotional realities of sex: treating girls with respect; handling lust, lies, and locker rooms; and getting the scoop on why it's cool to wait a while before having sex.

 

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Kelly is a former finance manager for Saturn.

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