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My Little Red Book

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Red and Sac-red

This is one of the most innovative and informative books i have read on the subject of menstruation.Even in todays world this subject is still considered taboo when it should be discussed openly.One of the most sacred things for a girl is getting her period as it signif...
This is one of the most innovative and informative books i have read on the subject of menstruation.Even in todays world this subject is still considered taboo when it should be discussed openly.One of the most sacred things for a girl is getting her period as it signifies so much,the step into woman-hood and the coming of maturity.In many countries,like mine many girls do not even know what a period means as no-one discusses it and explains it.Instead it is a thing to be ashamed of and hidden.This wonderful book breaks all those myths and taboos as women of all ages describe how they got their first period,Be it the editor who got hers while water-skiing or a girl who was saved from the humiliation of being strip-searched by the Nazis.Many great and inspiring women share their stories to show us girls that we are not alone,we all share a deep and affectionate bond that will bind us together till the end of time,and show us that we are so much superior than men.Show me one man who can stand the pain of one day of menstruation.This is truly one of a kind!

posted by Bookraider on March 4, 2009

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

This book is entertaining!

Finally, a book about the "monthly" friend! This book is very fun and entertaining to read. At least I'm not the only person to go through mishaps especially during this delicate time. This book is good for girls who just passed their first menstruation!

posted by Siu428 on May 3, 2009

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  • Posted March 4, 2009

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    Red and Sac-red

    This is one of the most innovative and informative books i have read on the subject of menstruation.Even in todays world this subject is still considered taboo when it should be discussed openly.One of the most sacred things for a girl is getting her period as it signifies so much,the step into woman-hood and the coming of maturity.In many countries,like mine many girls do not even know what a period means as no-one discusses it and explains it.Instead it is a thing to be ashamed of and hidden.This wonderful book breaks all those myths and taboos as women of all ages describe how they got their first period,Be it the editor who got hers while water-skiing or a girl who was saved from the humiliation of being strip-searched by the Nazis.Many great and inspiring women share their stories to show us girls that we are not alone,we all share a deep and affectionate bond that will bind us together till the end of time,and show us that we are so much superior than men.Show me one man who can stand the pain of one day of menstruation.This is truly one of a kind!

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 30, 2009

    Good for Girls

    I gave this to my daughter for her 11th birthday. She had just finished the Growing & Changing discussion in school. It is about time someone turned these experiences into a positive experience. I suggest every mother gift a book to her daughter and write a note to her in the front of the book! I did!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2012

    Great Book

    Overall a great and diverse collection of stories. Made you realize that it is just a natural occurance and there is no need to be embarrasses or ashamed by it. I highly reccomend this book and is a great and interesting read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2009

    great to read if you are or have an adolescent girl in your life

    i read this as my daughter was approaching her menses and it is great. the stories are enlightening and interesting. it includes such a full range of female experiences, cultures, ages and perspectives. it makes whatever your/ her experience was/is of approaching womanhood just a part of the spectrum. great conversation starter. and a great book to have to pick up in a spare moment.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2012

    I want to read this book!

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  • Posted November 7, 2009

    Excellent: the essential feminine.

    Started to read and couldn't put the book down. Shed tears,remembering my growing up years, a girl in a family of four boys. Wish an older person had shared with me the wisdom and insights contained within this book. Liked the stories from other places. Particularly liked the stories from celebrities and other notable women. Affirms: I am a woman. Recommend this book for girls reading groups.

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