Toni Weschler, MPH, is a nationally respected women's health educator and speaker and the author of Cycle Savvy, a book for teenage girls about their bodies. A frequent guest on television, Internet, and radio shows, she lives in Seattle, Washington.
This book is wonderful because it's not only informative, but also very entertaining, fun and readable.
I bought this for my teenage daughter having read the author's first book and having listened to her on local radio.
The last section of the book raises the issues teen face as they consider when they will become sexually active.
My cousin loves this book. Some of the content is slightly mature for her, but she will use the chapters that apply now and grow into the rest of the book. Read morePublished 23 days ago by mfield
This book is not appropriate for teens. There is a whole chapter on when to have sex as a teen - not what I would call appropriate for teens at all. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Marissa Devereaux
This is a cuter simplified version of the author's adult-version of this book, Taking Charge of Your Fertility. Nice and informative.Published 15 months ago by M. Gonzales
While I'm a mom of all boys I think it's important young girls learn to understand their bodies when their cycle starts. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Cali4niachef
I am sending Cycle Savvy to my 14 year old niece. If only this book had been available to me at 14. It would have been extremely helpful to my future when my husband and I... Read morePublished on December 2, 2010 by Joan Austin
I give this book three stars because it is in part excellent (5) and in part terrible (1).
The good part: "Cycle Savvy" gives a good explanation of how the menstrual... Read more
I bought this book as a gift for a sweet sixteen celebration. I found myself reading the entire book before handed it to the girl. It is super illustrative, clear and fun to read. Read morePublished on May 6, 2009 by Beehappy1973
A ton of easy to understand information for teens! My teen also really liked S.E.X. by Heather Corinna. Read morePublished on July 23, 2007 by Cathy L. Bruha