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The best sex education books for tweens

As your tween begins to go through puberty, it is a good idea to have some books for tweens that will give them more detailed information about love, sex and relationships.  In this sexualised world that we live in, your tween is going to hear about sex whether you like it or not. So it is better that they hear about it from you and know that they can come to you with any questions that they may have.

Books come in handy as they provide more information than you could ever possibly share. Plus sometimes tweens are too shy to ask you a question directly, which means that having some books for tweens with age-appropriate information inside it, is a great resource for your tweens to turn to.

This list of books for tweens includes books on online safety,  consent, puberty, sex, gender and much, much more!

You can find more books about different topics in the main list of Sex Education Books for Children.

And if you find this list a little overwhelming, you might want to look at the age-appropriate list of sex education books.

You’ll find more information about sex education in my Sex Education 101 page.

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Tween’s books about sex education

You’ll find an age-specific list of books for tweens. Just click on the age of your child, and you’ll be taken straight to that booklist.

NOTE: Before passing any book to your child or reading the book with your child, you should read it yourself first. I might think it is a great book for a certain age child or that the information is valuable, but you may disagree. You need to choose books that reflect your values and the messages you want your child to receive.

Books for 10 year olds

Books for 11 year olds

Books for 12 year olds

Here you will find some of the best books for tweens that they should read while growing up. You will find a video review where I show you through the book, as well as links to Amazon, Book Depository and Booktopia.

These are some of the many books for tweens that they should read as they are growing up. As I find more, I will add them to this list. They are all really good books that you will find useful for starting the puberty conversation.

Happy reading!

Resources to help with talking about puberty

My mission is to create resources that will help you to naturally talk to your kids about sex, all while respecting your personal values.

Which means that inside this website, you’ll find lots of resources to help you with talking to your child about puberty.

My Puberty 101 page includes all of the information on puberty. You’ll find lots of different blog posts to help with talking to your child about growing up.

You’ll find videos about puberty in my Sex Education Videos resource page that you can watch with your child or to learn more about puberty yourself.

You’ll also find an extensive range of children’s books on puberty, for kids of all ages. 

If you get stuck and feel that you need some extra support with talking to your child about puberty, then my book, Boy Puberty – How to talk about puberty and sex with your tween boy or Girl Puberty – How to talk about puberty and sex with your tween girl, may be helpful. It’s a straightforward common sense guide that will help you to start having honest conversations that will guide your child through puberty, and strengthen your relationship without feeling embarrassed, awkward or nervous.

If you need some help with explaining sexual intercourse to your child, then How to Talk to Kids About Sex will help you explain sex to your child in a way they will understand. It breaks sex down into simple steps that take the stress out of explaining!

If you’re unsure about how to answer your child’s questions about sex, then I have the perfect book for you! The Sex Education Answer Book will give you age-specific answers to the most common questions kid’s ask parents about sex. Which means you don’t need to worry about finding a child-friendly explanation that your child understands. 

And if you get stuck, feel free to get in touch! You can contact me here.

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