Book Review: The (Nearly) Teenage Boy’s Guide to (Almost) Everything by Sharie Coombes is a great puberty book that also talks about sex in a child-friendly way.
A short overview of this book
The (Nearly) Teenage Boy’s Guide to (Almost) Everything by Dr Sharie Coombes is a fantastic resource for boys who are ready to start learning about love, sex, relationships and growing up.
This book is very comprehensive and doesn’t just focus on the physical changes that happen during puberty. With lots of great child-friendly information included about the emotional and social aspects of growing up. Sex is talked about, as well as sexual feelings and ‘liking’ someone.
I really like this book. It provides just enough information to educate, without reaching the point of overwhelm. Plus it is laid out in a way that will keep your child engaged, with lots of illustrations and the content being broken up into simple sections.
It’s a nice little book! And there is a version for girls too!
Sexual intercourse IS talked about inside this book.
You can learn more on this page, about how to talk to kids about sex education.
What’s the ideal age for this book?
The (Nearly) Teenage Boy’s Guide to (Almost) Everything by Dr Sharie Coombes is ideal for children between the ages of 12 – 14+ years of age.
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