Changes In You and Me: A Book About Puberty Mostly for Boys by Kim MartyChanges In You and Me: A Book About Puberty Mostly for Boys by Kim Marty

Changes In You and Me: A Book About Puberty Mostly for Boys

byKim Marty

Paperback | May 1, 2005

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Teen self-help classics fully revised and updated. Everybody goes through puberty, sooner or later-and everybody does it in their own way. In Changes in You and Me, pre-teens and teens will find answers to all of their questions about growing up-whether they`re concerned about what`s happening to their bodies, about whether or not they`re `normal,` or about how to know if they`re in love. With an edition written specifically for boys, and another written specifically for girls, Changes in You and Me tackles issues of concern for each gender, including menstruation, steroid use, and the burgeoning feelings of attraction to the opposite sex.

Paulette Bourgeois is best-known for creating Franklin the Turtle, the character who appears in picture books illustrated by Brenda Clark. The books have sold more than 50 million copies around the world and have been translated into 38 languages. An animated television series, merchandise, DVD's and full-feature movies are based on th...
Title:Changes In You and Me: A Book About Puberty Mostly for BoysFormat:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 9.9 × 7.9 × 0.3 inPublished:May 1, 2005Publisher:Key Porter BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1552636682

ISBN - 13:9781552636688


Rated 4 out of 5 by from A discussion made easy My son's grade 5 class this year started talking about puberty. On completing his year end review in class one of the things he said he'd like to learn more about was puberty. I looked at a few books in the store and choose this one because of the format and the items covered. I left the book with him for a few weeks, but noticed that he hadn't looked at it. I then made the decision to read it with him. We read a chapter each evening. I think at first he was a little embarrassed and shy, but by the end of the book he was asking questions and discussing the topics with me. I feel better knowing that we have talked about everything from hormones to sexually transmitted diseases and believe that he feels that he can talk to me about anything. I have now bought the copy "Changes in You and Me: A Book About Puberty Mostly for Girls" to read with my daughter.
Date published: 2010-07-30