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"What's Happening to Me?" A Guide to Puberty Paperback – August 1, 2000
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Sure, we already knew a lot of the stuff in it, but both the writing and illustrations in this book are so charming and fun, that only the extremely jaded or repressed could possibly fail to enjoy it.
Of course I plan to get a copy for my own child, even though I haven't quite had my baby yet. I just look forward so much to revisiting this wonderful book that I can't wait until my kid is the right age for it (which I would say is about 10 or 11 years old).
Don't pay any attention to the sour pusses who gave this terrific book low marks; go to your library and see for yourself. I'm sure you'll agree that What's Happening to Me? should be in every kid's collection.
I never had any confusion about how the sexual process worked. I grew up with a healthy respect for abstinence and a deep understanding of what can really happen when one has intercourse early. I knew that one day I would have a menstrual cycle all my own and that it wasn't really "a curse that women have to bear because they are they weaker vessel" as was said around my town.
I remember the illustrations being fun and colorful. Language is used that is respectful, but not overtly sexual or enticing. They're probably a little dated by now.
Just now I was looking for these books so I can buy them to read to my 2 ½ year old son. He already is able to understand the basic differences between men and women. He has a penis (he tells me) and Momma doesn't. Momma has a vagina (although his pronunciation is a little shaky) and that's where babies come out.Read more ›
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I recommend that parents read this before handing to their child. It is a great book but I felt that one or two chapters were a little too advanced for my 5th grader to read about.Published 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great book for older (pre-puberty) kids. Got this for my son, who is 11 and he loved it.Published 2 months ago by Maria Liubkina
My advice is to always read everything before you give it to your children. This book might be ok for you, but I didn't like it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Meridsalk
Ever wanted to know what happens when you go through puberty? Having trouble explaining the changes to your children? Well, get this and let them know what is happening. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Russell W. Waddel
it isn't as kid friendly and reader friendly as i thought it would be.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Had this book for my kids. Now bought for the grandkids. Still relevant todayPublished 5 months ago by Kindle Customer