The What's Happening to My Body? Book for Boys: A Growing Up Guide for Parents and Sons

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Newmarket Press, 1987 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 251 pages
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In this bestselling classic (over 400,000 copies sold), "Madaras demonstrates great sensitivity to the turbulent feelings and embarrassments inherent in the subject [of puberty]...Her facility for presenting information in a non-patronizing, well-organized manner is evident."--Booklist. The book includes a foreword for adults and chapters on changing size and shape, hair, voice changes, perspiration, pimples, reproductive organs, sexuality, puberty in girls, AIDS, STDs, and birth-control information appropriate for 9- to 15-year-olds.

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I bought this book for Tyler. Since I know my hubby was not about to have "the talk" with him. We are reading it together and I am really happy with the fact that it explains things that I never had ... Read full review



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Lynda Madaras is the author of 12 books on health, child care, and parenting. For more than 25 years, she taught puberty and health education in California schools, and she has appeared on Oprah, CNN, PBS, and the Today Show.

Lynda Madaras es la autora de doce libros sobre la salud, el cuidado de ninos y la crianza de los hijos. Durante mas de veinticinco anos ha ensenado sobre la pubertad y la salud en escuelas de California, y ha sido invitada de Oprah, CNN, PBS y el Today Show.

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