Puberty Books for Tween Girls
Puberty is a confusing time for tweens and their parents. Everyone is filled with emotions of changing times…and hormones.
Understanding what’s happening to their bodies and their minds helps tweens understand that it’s perfectly normal, everyone is going through it and yes you will come out fine on the other side.
There are so many great puberty books for girls out there.
If you read my other tween book review, All-Time Favorite Must Read Book for Tween Girls then you’ll love this one too.
Haven’t read it yet? you can read it here.
If you’re looking for books on puberty that your tween girl will love to read these next three HAVE to go on your reading list.
3 Fun Puberty Books For Girls
Puberty is filled with changing….everything. It’s confusing enough, why not read books that not only do a great job at explaining, but are so relatable.
Bunk 9’s Guide to Growing Up: Secrets, Tips, and Expert Advice on the Good, the Bad, and the Awkward
I love the style of this book. Written from the viewpoint of girls away at camp. These girls have been friends since before puberty so they are able to support each other through puberty as only friends can. Each friend is at a different point in their journey so the way they help each other along is very realistic.
This is another great book that gives straight answers in a fun and modern way. Written by the founder of www.helloflo.com, Naama Bloom makes puberty interesting and fun, in a way that was never available to us way back when.
This book from The American Girl series is a perfect tween book. Changing friendships, new emotional territory and the ups and downs that seem to be part of the tween girl landscape. While they do have quite a few other books in the series that look perfect, like Drama, Rumors & Secrets, we haven’t read any of the others yet.
If your tween is already doing the period thing or will be soon, this post, How to Make Her an Amazing First Period Survival Kit, is a must-read.
You can read that HERE.
Speaking of new landscapes, raising kids in this age is a whole new world.
After reading a review of these two books I’d like to read them and I’ll be sure to let you know what I think.
Queen Bees and Wannabes, 3rd Edition: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boys, and the New Realities of Girl WorldMasterminds and Wingmen: Helping Our Boys Cope with Schoolyard Power, Locker-Room Tests, Girlfriends, and the New Rules of Boy World
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