- Product code: WPL
- ISBN: 9780746069950
- Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
- Format: Paperback
- Dimensions: 22.5cm x 14.9cm
- Pages: 48
- Publish date: 31/03/2006
- Book points: 3
What's Happening to Me? (Paperback)
9 years +
- Our price £ 3.99
- RRP £7.99
- Save £4.00
What's Happening to Me? (Girls) is an easy to understand guide to the physical changes and emotional upheavals that occur as girls reach puberty. With witty and attractive illustrations, this book is suitable for readers from 9+. It helps to demystify some of the key subjects surrounding puberty and gives lots of reassurance and practical advice on how to cope.
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Customer ReviewsAdd review
An excellent book -
I bought this alongside Usborne's Growing up for Girls for my just turned 10-year-old. We found this perfectly pitched at 9 & 10 years with enough information, delivered in an age-appropriate style. It's a slim, easy-to-read book compared with Growing up for Girls which is aimed at older children.
My daughter said it was easy to read & understand but some parts were yuk!
Helen ( 01/08/2014)
Informative + Child friendly -
Purchased for my 12-year-old daughter, this book is ideal as it explains growing-up changes in a child friendly way. We have had a look through the book, and it will prove to be a useful reference as she gets older and has questions regarding what is happening to her. There is also a section on boys so she can understand the basics of the changes boys go through and know its not just girls that go through changes.
I have 2 sons, and got them the boys' version. Highly recommended.
Susan ( 22/01/2014)
Great book! -
Very open with my daughter about puberty etc. Purchased this book which we read together. It explains everything a young girl needs to know about growing up.
Wendy ( 10/10/2013)
Whats Happening to Me -
Written and illustrated very well. Pitched at the right level of understanding. Explains things clearly but simply. Worth having in your daughter's bookshelf!
Mary ( 22/05/2013)