The boys' guide to growing up : choices and changes during puberty
By: Couwenhoven, Terri.Publisher: Bethesda, MD Woodbine House 2012Description: viii, 64 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781606130896.Subject(s): PUBERTY | BOYS | ADOLESCENCE | PHYSIOLOGY | SEX INFORMATION | RELATIONSHIPS | PERSONAL HYGIENE | PERSONAL SAFETY | PRIVACY | TOUCH | APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR | FEELINGS
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|Book||IHC Library||650.1 COU (Browse shelf)||Checked out||02/04/2019||W001160|
|Book||IHC Library||650.1 COU (Browse shelf)||Checked out||03/04/2019||W001877|
Donated to the Library by The Freemasons Charity
Note to parents|Puberty basics
What is puberty?
When will you begin puberty?|Outside changes
Changes in your growth
Changes in your private parts
Hair, hair, everywhere!
Changes in your skin|Inside body changes
Changes in your voice
Changes in your feelings
Changes in sexual feelings|About your penis
What is an erection?
What is an ejaculation?|Handling yourself around others
Handling yourself around others
Keeping yourself safe|Public or Private
What are the private body parts?
Public or private?|Final words
Growing up is normal!|Index|About the author
Copyright Permission: Yes
"As a sexuality educator, I applaud Terri for tackling this crucial and sensitive topic in a simplistic and thorough manner. Parents, educators and boys with disabilities now have access to a resource that helps navigate this curious and exciting time in a boys life, - Sarah Stein, M.A., BCBA, AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator." - BOOK JACKET
Written in a friendly and honest manner this book clearly explains what puberty is and what to expect. This book helps the reader understand the changes that take place during puberty and how to handle them. It reassures that these changes are normal and may vary from person to person.
Couwenhoven also discusses private and public, hygiene, keeping safe and relationships.
With simple illustrations throughout and the inclusion of a Q & A session and a note to parents, this book is a great source of straightforward information for boys and their families and carers.