This is a wonderful book for any parent wondering how to talk to their child about the changes of adolescence. As a health educator, I have used this book with students, suggested it to parents and friends, and always made sure one was available to my three children as they grew. You need this book if you are a parent.
My sons found this book to very useful. The language is appropriate for young people. The content is practical and real. Although it is not a recently published book, the subject matter is and always will be useful.
How can you help your son through the awkward, often painful, transition to young manhood? For many adolescents and adults, Lynda Madaras has become the authoitative source of honest, sensitive, comprehensive information about the emotional and physical experience puberty.
If you can't talk face to face with your kid about sex and puberty, give them this book to read..It explains in detail and uses words that any kid can read..About everything they will to know,, you won't have to answer those embarrassing questions...