Asking About Sex and Growing Up
. New York: Morrow Book, 1988.
A simple question and answer book for boys and girls. Best use for 5-6 grades.
. New York: Far Winds Press, 1978.
Discusses physical, emotional, and mental changes that occur during adolescence and how to care for one’s body and cope with problems and conditions that might occur.
Levine, S. and Wilcox K.
. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Book, 1987.
Two doctors offer frank, non-judgmental responses to more than 300 letters from teenagers on intimate subjects.
What’s Happening To My Body?: Books for Boys
New York: New Market Press, 1984.
Includes information on: the body’s changing size and shape, the growth spurt, reproductive organs, pubic hair, beards, pimples, voice changes, wet dreams, puberty in girls, and much more.
Now You’ve Got Your Period
. New York: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc., 1988.
Discusses the physical and emotional aspect of getting one’s menstrual period. Also explains what happens during a pelvic exam.
McCoy, K. and Wibbelsman, C.
Growing and Changing: A Handbook for Preteens
. New York: The Putnam Publishing Company, 1986.
Addresses questions preteens have about puberty in such areas as body changes, changes in feelings, hygiene, health problems, and talking to doctors and parents.
. London: A Grover Company: 1987.
Discusses the menstrual cycle, abnormalities, and their treatment, and the significance of menstruation in one’s life.