The what's happening to my body? book for girls: a growing up guide for parents and daughters

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Newmarket Press, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 269 pages
6 Reviews
Discusses the changes that take place in a girl's body during puberty, including information on the body's changing size and shape, pubic hair, breasts, the reproductive organs, the menstrual cycle, and puberty in boys.

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A little much for a 10 year old

User Review  - Heather - Target

I wasnt expecting to read so much on the male body. Read full review

Review: What's Happening to My Body? Book for Girls: A Growing-Up Guide for Parents and Daughters

User Review  - Kim - Goodreads

Since I learned stuff from this book as an adult, I think it would've served me well as a teen. It was pretty heteronormative though. Read full review

Contents

PUBERTY
1
CHANGING SIZE AND SHAPE
18
BODY HAIR PERSPIRATION AND PIMPLES
25
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About the author (1988)

Lynda Madaras is the author of twelve books on health, child care, and parenting. For more than twenty-five years, she taught puberty and health education to young students in Pasadena and Santa Monica, CA. Her daughter, Area Madaras, was just eleven years old when she assisted her mother with the first ""What's Happening to My Body?"" book. Now a communications consultant and the mother of two young girls, she lives in California and continues to work with her mother on the series.

Her daughter, Area Madaras, was just eleven years old when she assisted her mother with the first "What's Happening to My Body?" book. Now a communications consultant and the mother of two young girls, she lives in California and continues to work with her mother on the series.