Puberty can be a pain. Who needs acne? Stinky feet? B.O.? Good hygiene can make a big difference in how kids feel about themselves during this challenging time. It can also make a difference in how others feel about them.
This frank, reassuring, humorous book covers the physical changes boys and girls experience during puberty and offers tips on caring for oneself from head to toe. Fascinating facts, friendly suggestions, and funny illustrations combine in a lighthearted approach that kids find appealing and nonthreatening.
Previously titled Don’t Sweat It!, this book is recommended for all upper elementary and middle school students, their parents, teachers, coaches, counselors, and anyone else who cares about kids.
MIPA (Midwest Independent Publisher's Association) Book Award
|HAIR: Crowning Glory or Constant Struggle?||p. 4|
|FACE Facts||p. 20|
|Your MOUTH (An Amusement Park for Germs)||p. 44|
|Helping HANDS||p. 60|
|BODY ODOR Basics||p. 72|
|Those PARTS BELOW||p. 82|
|Sweet FEET||p. 96|
|A Final Word About Your UNIQUE PHYSIQUE||p. 106|
|Where to Go for More Info||p. 109|
|About the Author||p. 118|
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For Ages: 9 - 12 years old
For Grades: 4 - 7
Number Of Pages: 118
Published: 1st July 2005
Publisher: FREE SPIRIT PUB (MN)
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 17.78 x 0.508
Weight (kg): 0.209