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My Body, My Self Book Review

My Body, My Self Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Mar 05, 2008
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

If you've ever wondered why your body does the things it does, but were too embarrassed to ask your parents about it, My Body, My Self could be for you.

Authors: Lynda Madaras and Area Madaras

If you've ever wondered why your body does the things it does, but were too embarrassed to ask your parents about it, My Body, My Self could be for you. We review the boy and girl versions of this book!
 

My Body, My Self for Girls

From the "What's Happening to My Body" series, comes this fact-filled journal that's chock full of games, checklists, quizzes and other interactive stuff to help you get a handle on all the physical changes coming your way during puberty. The book has the inside scoop on what's normal and what's not when it comes to height, body hair and menstruation. Plus, it gives you a good idea about what to expect from your body in the coming years.

Rating:4

My Body, My Self for Boys

Boys have their own unique experiences when they grow up. Lots of boys have questions about puberty, but most of the time, they don't really want to talk to mom and dad about them. That's why My Body, My Self for Boys is such a great book. There are diagrams, quizzes, journaling pages and articles to help you come to grips with all of the baffling elements of puberty. One particularly cool feature is a chart that helps you figure out what your adult height will be based on your current height. Check it out!

Rating:4

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