Book Review: The Body Book

 The Body Book is from Nancy Rue and goes along with her Lily Robbins series of books.  This is a non-fiction book though and it tells girls all about what to expect with puberty and their periods.  I really love these books because they explain things that you may be too embarrassed to ask (with questions from Lily and her friends included) and each chapter also includes a prayer you can fill in the blanks with to pray about what is going on and some activities to get you to think about these changes and what to expect.

The book is 9 chapters long and I think it very well covers what is going on with girls bodies and in such a way that is more geared towards them and not as awkward as health classes.

I received a free e-copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

 

About the Book

The ultimate resource for the “girl stuff” coming your way.

The transition from girl to teenager makes the tween years a time of great change—especially in the body department! This unique and creative book for girls ages 7–11 answers the most common questions girls have during this often confusing and overwhelming stage in life. The Body Book gives girls the scoop on everything from body changes and cramps to diet and exercise in an inviting and conversational manner.

The Body Book not only offers accurate, up-to-date information on personal issues tween girls experience but also shares it from a positive biblical perspective.

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