Book Review: A book that explains what happens during puberty for girls, especially inside their body.
A short overview of this book
I’m a Girl: Hormones by Shelley Metten from Anatomy for Kids is a book for older boys that will educate them about puberty and the changes that will happen to their reproductive anatomy.
This is a series of 4 books, of which this is the third book. This book talks about the hormone changes during puberty, with age-appropriate information being given on the early changes of puberty and what to expect next. The menstrual cycle is discussed and the management of periods.
The first book, I’m a Girl: Special Me is for 5-7 year olds, and the second book, I’m a Girl: My Changing Body is for 8-10 year olds. The author also has a new book for the next age group, that I have yet to look at – I’m a Girl, how are boys different?
Sexual intercourse is NOT talked about in this book.
✅ Buy a copy of I’m a Girl: Hormones by Shelley Metten from Amazon.
What’s the ideal age for this book?
I’m a Girl: Hormones by Shelley Metten is ideal for children between the ages of 11 – 13 years of age.
✅ Buy a copy
Where can you buy a copy of this book?
Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. You may also find other affiliate links. You can read my full disclosure here.
You can buy a copy of I’m a Girl: Hormones by Shelley Metten from Amazon and is also available as an eBook.
You can find more books like this in my extensive list of Sex Education Books for Children.
Have a look through the book