Don't Sweat It!: Everybody's Answers to Questions You Don't Want to Ask: A Guide for Young Peopleby Marguerite Crump, Elizabeth Verdick, Elizabeth Verdick (Editor)
Puberty happens. If you're between the ages of nine and thirteen (maybe older), it's happening to you. And you already know that change is the name of the game. Especially when it comes to your body. Some of the physical changes you're dealing with now (or will be soon) aren't fun. In fact, they stink -- like bad breath, sweaty armpits, and smelly feet. If you have them, you're not alone. If you're too embarrassed to talk about them, join the club. If you want to do something about them, read this book. It's full of frank talk and friendly advice that can help you take the P.U. out of puberty.
Bad hair days? Discover what to do. Breakouts? You can prevent them -- or get help for serious cases. Dragon breath? Open wide for a cleaner, healthier mouth. Grimy hands? Grab a bar of soap and defend yourself against germs and illness. B.O.? Beat it. Funky feet? Try proper care and footwear. And what about "those parts below"? Don't worry; this book has them covered.
As you learn how to care for yourself from head to toe, you'll also read fascinating facts, surprising myths, and quotes from real kids. You'll find out where to go for more information, from books to Web sites. You'll laugh, because some of these topics are actually pretty funny. And you'll see that puberty doesn't have to be such a pain.
Sherri Forgash Ginsberg
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