Draughn, Diane, Debra Jackson, Sheila Smith, Mary Sue Mallard, Joann Horton, Sharon Leathers, Brenda McMillian, Pamela Darden, Cathy Smalls, Diane Sellars.
Teens look at Pregnancy “The Way We Were”
.. New Haven, Conn. Polly T. McCabe Center. 1979.
Excellent booklet explaining from the teens point of view about pregnancy. It also talks about conception through childbirth.
Hurlock, Elizabeth B. PH.D.
Childgrowth and Development
New York: McGraw Hill Book Co. 1970.
This book has a good section on pregnancy, it even goes so far as to discuss some old wives tales.
Saxon, Burt and Peter Kelman.
Modern Human Sexuality
. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. 1976.
Very easy to understand, for the adolescent. It was written for teaching sex education but it does provide a basis for conception and pregnancy.
Kids Having Kids: The Unwed Teenage Parent
. New York: Franklin Watts, Inc. 1980.
Easily understood by teens, it discusses the incidence of teen pregnancy and gives statistics and helpful resources.
Queenan, John T. M.D.
A New Life.
Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. 1979.
This is an excellent book, it does use complicated words but explains them. It covers up to the first year. It also covers after the child is born. It has pictures too.
Johnson, Eric. W.
in Plain Language
. J.B. Lippencott Co., New York. 1973.
This book has a small section covering from fertilization up to what a newborn is like.
Riker, Audrey and Charles.
Finding My Way
. Peoria, Illinois: Charles Bennett Co. 1979.
Excellent book for adolescents. It discusses many physiological aspects of puberty but it also covers pregnancy and childbirth.