Book Review: I’m a Boy, How Are Girls Different? by Shelley Metten explains what changes happen to boys during puberty.
A short overview of this book
I’m a Boy, How Are Girls Different? by Shelley Metten is a book that explains to boys, about what changes happen to girls during puberty.
This is a series of 5 books, of which this is the fourth book. This book talks about the changes that happen to both female and male bodies. Physical and emotional changes are talked about but the book takes a science-based approach. Sexual intercourse is mentioned but not explained (ie I can’t find any mention of what happens during baby-making sex).
The first book, I’m a Boy: Special Me is for 5-7 year olds, the second book, I’m a Boy: My Changing Body is for 8-10 year olds, the third book, I’m a Boy: Hormones is for 11-13 year olds and the fifth book, I’m a Boy: Sexual Maturity if for kids aged 15+.
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I’m a Boy, How Are Girls Different? by Shelley Metten is ideal for children aged 13 and older.
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