Growing Up: An Inclusive Guide to Puberty and Your Changing Body (Hardcover)

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Growing Up: An Inclusive Guide to Puberty and Your Changing Body (Hardcover)

By Rachel Greener, Clare Owen (Illustrator)

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Growing up is a natural part of life, and every child deserves to understand the different ways their body may change as they grow older. While puberty happens to everyone, every child's journey from childhood to being a grown-up will be as unique as they are!

In this honest, accessible illustrated guide to puberty, young readers can find out exactly what may happen as they grow from being a child to becoming a grown-up. From getting taller and discovering hair growing in new places to developing breasts, experiencing periods, or having wet dreams, this book provides the perfect stepping stone for every caregiver to have an open conversation about what it really means for a child to be growing up.

Working closely with a leading national LGBTQ+ organization as well as a biology specialist and an equality, diversity, and inclusivity consultant, Growing Up covers everything from biological sex and gender identity to physical changes and emotional development, including sections on friendships and emotional health, creating and respecting boundaries, and online safety.

Written in friendly and accessible language that can be shared with a child or read independently, Growing Up also includes a further reading section and glossary to answer more complex questions, as well as a resource guide where young readers can find help from trusted sources outside of the home or school environment.
Rachel Greener (Author)
Rachel Greener is a children's books editor from London who has written and edited fiction, non-fiction, and picture books about everything from the ancient Egyptians and ocean plastics to teenage detectives and zombie goldfish. She wrote this book because she thinks it is important that all children have a chance to see themselves reflected in a book about puberty.

Clare Owen (Illustrator)
Clare is a UK-based illustrator, who graduated from art school in 2009 and has been working as a freelance illustrator ever since! Clare works on a big variety of fun projects, creating pictures and patterns for home products, stationery, story books, magazines, and packaging. All influenced by her love of color, nature, and mid-century design.

Originally from Cornwall, she now lives in Bristol, England with her boyfriend and two cats.
Product Details ISBN: 9798887770789
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Publication Date: August 6th, 2024
Pages: 32
Language: English