cover of Loveability An Empowered Girl's Guide to Dating and Relationships by Danielle Miller and Nina Funnell

Loveability: An Empowered Girl’s Guide to Dating and Relationships by Dannielle Miller and Nina Funnell

Book Review: A  book for girls about dating and relationships.

Book Review

A short overview of this book

Loveability: An Empowered Girl’s Guide to Dating and Relationships by Dannielle Miller and Nina Funnell is a book for girls who are ready for (or already in) their first relationship.

A book for girls who are ready to have their first relationship or are already in a relationship. It talks about all the things that trouble you in your teen years, when it comes to relationships. Things like what to do when your heart is broken, what if you like them and they don’t like you, and more. It isn’t a sex manual, so the focus is on healthy relationships and dating (not sex).

This book is a little difficult to find but it is well worth tracking down.

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Ideal ages

What’s the ideal age for this book?

Loveability: An Empowered Girl’s Guide to Dating and Relationships by Dannielle Miller and Nina Funnell is ideal for girls over 14 years of age.

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You can find more books like this in my extensive list of Sex Education Books for Children.

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2 thoughts on “Loveability: An Empowered Girl’s Guide to Dating and Relationships by Dannielle Miller and Nina Funnell”

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    Thanks so much for the review! I am very proud of this title. I’ll just point out for you readers ( as it may make finding this title harder otherwise) my name s Dannielle (two n’s). Blame my Mum for the unusual spelling!

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      LOL, thanks for pointing that out (and I’ve fixed it)! Any chances of it being updated? There is such a gap for teens on dating, and in this day and age of ‘consent’ being unclear and difficult to articulate, we need more books like this!

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