Charlotte Owen - Periods, Zits and Other Bits - Hachette Children's Group

Periods, Zits and Other Bits

By Charlotte Owen

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This essential book explains all you'll need to know about puberty and periods, for girls of 12+.

Everyone worries about getting their first period. What does it mean? When will it happen? How will it feel? Will everyone else know? And what an earth do you do? Recommended by the Brook network of sexual health centres, this warm, friendly and informative guide to periods for girls of 12+ is packed full of facts and advice. It addresses common questions, fears and worries, and includes quotes and stories from teenagers sharing their own experiences, to reassure readers they are not alone.

Biographical Notes

Charlotte Owen has worked as a publicity officer to the Family Planning Association, as a researcher for 'Just Seventeen' magazine's advice column and as an agony aunt on '19' magazine. She has been a consultant for Brook Advisory Centres and the Health Education Authority and has made regular appearances on TV and radio.

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  • ISBN: 9780750279369
  • Publication date: 24 Jan 2013
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  • Imprint: Wayland
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