The negative consequences of teen pregnancy are significant, including curtailed education and significantly lower lifetime earnings for the parent; this is also true for their children, who also experience higher incidences of teen pregnancy and incarceration. Puberty, described as the threshold of reproductive maturity, involves significant physical and emotional changes that stress teenage coping skills. All options for dealing with an unanticipated pregnancy are discussed, and the individual's right to choose is consistently reinforced. This volume is part of the "Straight Talk About..." series, which includes the titles Cutting and Self-Injury, Child Abuse, Date Rape, Racism and Prejudice, Suicide, and Teen Pregnancy. All the titles in this series share high quality production (e.g., photographs, reasonable chunks of informational text, interspersed quotes, colored blocks on focused topics, glossary terms in bold) and a common format (i.e., personal vignette followed by an introduction to the topic, content chapters which include coping and help seeking advice, Web-based and hotline resources, a glossary, and an index). The writing level is consistently targeted to the tween and early teen audience, although the topics seem more appropriate to older teens in some cases. The tone of the writing is uniformly non-judgmental, encourages appropriate help-seeking, and affirms individual worth and choice-making. Credibility of the books would have been enhanced by providing a note about the author qualifications (only the name of a consulting psychologist is noted in the tp verso); sources or references for data, statistics and other factual information; and more coherent choices for vocabulary definitions. Why choose to define the term verbal, for example, but not bisexual? Occasional typographical/editing errors are distracting. Overall, the accuracy of information and positive approach to dealing with these difficult issues outweigh these concerns, so that school counselors and librarians may want to add these to their collections. Reviewer: Paula McMillen, Ph.D.