Here you will find some puberty books for 9 year olds that won't tell your child more than they are ready for.
You might have a 9 year old who is showing some early signs of puberty. Or you might have a 9 year old who is curious about what puberty is all about. Whichever it is, it is important to choose a book that can tell them what they need to know without scaring them.
The puberty books for 9 year olds that are listed here all meet the following criteria:
1. It has to be at the right reading level.
2. It has to be simple and not overwhelm kids with too many details.
3. It doesn't talk about sex or sexual intercourse.
Puberty books for 9 year olds need to be simple and not overwhelm kids with too many unneccesary details. At this age, they just need to know about what will be happening to their body. They actually aren't all that interested in sexual intercourse. We can talk to them about sex when they are a bit older and actually interested in learning about sex.
To make it easier, I have broken the puberty books for 9 year olds into two parts ie boys and girls.
Here you will find some of the most popular boy puberty books for 9 year olds. You will find a video review where I show you through the book, as well as links to Amazon, Book Depository and Booktopia.
Here you will find some of the most popular girl puberty books for 9 year olds. You will find a video review where I show you through the books, as well as links to Amazon, Book Depository and Booktopia.
These are some of the many books that have been written for children about puberty. 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.
And don't forget that if you're starting to think about puberty books for 9 year olds, then you may want a few tips on how to get started. So check out the book that I have written for parents on how to start talking about puberty and sex to your tween boy or girl - Girl Puberty and Boy Puberty.
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