Gr 9 Up-- This book emphasizes a pregnancy carried to term, and its concomitant necessity for healthy behavior: seeing a doctor regularly; following a nutritious diet; engaging in sensible exercise; and not ingesting drugs, alcohol, or cigarette smoke. Short shrift is given to the matter of whether or not to give up the baby for adoption. In fact, Kurland states, ``people who have given up their babies for adoption after they were born. . .are not the ones to go to for advice.'' There is no mention of abortion. Too little, and too late, a couple of non-informative sentences appear at the end--no mention of the pill--for mothers who don't want to get pregnant again right away. Just as serious is the misinformation about avoiding meat. Few teenagers are going to be able to balance a vegetarian diet so that they will get the proper protein, vitamins, and minerals. The section on nutrition is, in general, subjective and based on food-faddism. No illustrations appear, except for the cover, which shows a young woman, airborne, holding a blanket with a baby in it. Witt's Mom, I'm Pregnant (Stein & Day, 1982) and Arlene K. Richards and Irene Willis' What to Do If You or Someone You Know Is Under 18 and Pregnant (Lothrop, 1983) are both preferable titles. --Ann Scarpellino, Ramsey Public Library, N.J.