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The original The Care and Keeping of You 1 is a big, broad overview of how to grow up healthfully? A little more knowledge then the first. Lisa Goldschmidt, remembers standing overwhelmed in front of an adolescent-health section at a books. Support our work.
I think this was a great follow-up to the first and am glad I got it for my girls. I loved reading this book with my daughter. View 2 comments? The biggest change is the online world.
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I have a 10 year old that's beginning to become a little lady. This book is perfect for explaining what she's too embarrassed to ask me. Gave to my 11 year old daughter. I was unsure what her reaction would be and it turned out to be a positive one. Especially since two of her other friends already had the book.
This is good for girls who have already started into puberty and have more specific questions. There's also a brief mention of what instances it is OK for someone to touch your body your parents and your doctor ; I would have liked it to be clearer that it is only OK in instances of health concerns when you have given permission? Here at Walmart. It was just to pace them and give them information for the stage they were at. However, further in it introduced new material.
The sequel to the popular The Care and Keeping of You , which guided preteen girls on buying bras, healthy eating habits and dealing with their periods, ventures into the hormone and angst-ridden world of adolescents. Cara Natterson continues the tradition of offering kids some sound advice for navigating their trying times. Then work off that frustration with some jumping jacks, scribble in a journal, strum a guitar or scream into a pillow — anything to help channel the anger and restore a sense of control. I was riveted — and talked to Natterson about her perspective on why The Care and Keeping of You has been the literary gateway for so many girls hitting puberty. The biggest change is the online world.
I also like that the book does tell the girls to always talk to their parents with questions, The Care and Keeping of You 2: The Body Book for Older Girls, this book covers new questions about periods. Innot their? With illustrations and expert cont. I had KP from the time Xare was 11 and didn't know what it was until I was 21; having this information would have made me and my mother much more comfortable?
Adult Written by Themomyouwishyouhad March 29, and it helped to open up the dialogue between us regarding changes both physically and emotionally, but I love them both for their straightforward age-appropriate approach to teaching girls about all of the normal? Positive Messages. This "2" version is not terribly different than the origin.The most important thing is the vocabulary? This is not appropriate for them to read and should be kept in a "girls only" place. If onliine else, it will give her the information she needs to ask questions? If you want to know about the body and your a girl then read this book.
Add your rating See all 2 parent reviews. Mom25kids, April 23. I really like this book.