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    • ISBN:9781526305176
    • Publication date:23 Mar 2017

The Girl Files

All About Puberty & Growing Up

By Jacqui Bailey

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The Girl Files is a modern, friendly, accessible look at growing up issues, puberty and all the stuff a girl really needs to know!

A totally modern, easy-to-read, upbeat guide to girls' growing up issues, now updated to include online and smartphone safety. The Girl Files offers age-appropriate advice, practical tips and support to help girls navigate the physical and mental rollercoaster of puberty. From periods and body hair to bras, boys, sexting and cyber bullying, The Girl Files' chatty, big-sisterly style is a fantastic, feel-good reference source for 'tweens and young teens, and places a strong emphasis on the importance of self esteem, and maintaining a positive attitude.

Chapters:
P is for puppies, pink and... puberty
From hips to zits
The news on boobs
Periods, pads and PMS
All change!
Mates and dates
Staying safe
Get connected!

The Boy Files by Alex Hooper-Hodson is the partner title to The Girl Files, offering puberty advice and support for boys. Alex has also written the popular teen self-help resources: 52 Teen Girl Problems and How to Solve Them and 52 Teen Boy Problems and How to Solve Them.

Biographical Notes

Jacqui Bailey has spent a lot of her adult life working with children`s books. She has been an editor and publisher of everything from picture books to encyclopedias, but mostly enjoys finding out amazing bits of information and then writing about them. She particularly likes writing about science, as the information so often turns out to be far stranger than fiction.

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  • ISBN: 9780750270540
  • Publication date: 23 Aug 2012
  • Page count: 96
  • Imprint: Wayland
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