Puberty is the time in our lives when we begin to change from being a child to becoming an adult. In this book, the team from Interrelate answers 100+ Questions Kids Have collected from our school programs.
Being a teenager is tough but not as tough as parenting one. This book is a great resource for parents and teenagers, it provides an opening for conversation between parents and children and it provides a resource for each gender to know about the changes in the other
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City Dweller Mutt Dog is brave and fast and gentle and loyal and smart, but he's also hungry and he doesn't have a home. Then one day his luck changes and he at last finds a family - and a cosy, loving place to belong. By the story's end, Mutt Dog is clean, brushed, well fed, and happy, but his adoptive family has wisely allowed him to remain himself--a mutt. With its humorous text and irresistible watercolour illustrations, this endearing story by Australian picture-book creator Stephen Michael King is... More info
A sensitive, detailed and informative guide to female puberty, invaluable for young girls and parents alike, tackling key subjects from physical changes to buying their first bra. Bright, stylish original colour illustrations and diagrams reveal everything young girls need to know about the changes they experience as they near puberty. Written in a witty yet factual and clear style that makes this confusing and tricky subject approachable. Includes basic details on what's happening to boys, too. How can you get rid of spots? When will I need a bra? What are periods... More info
A new children's picture book aimed at preschool and early primary children explores different family structures and makes clear they take many forms. This picture book, by Belinda Nowell and Misa Alexander, introduces Alex, a young boy who has a new foster sister. A bully at school tells Alex his family isn't normal so his mum takes a trip with him through the class photo to try to help him find 'a normal family'. 'Are we normal?' he asked. Mum gave Alex her brightest smile. 'Absolutely NOT... but why don't... More info