Books by Ruth K. Westheimer

THE DOCTOR IS IN by Ruth K. Westheimer
Released: June 2, 2015

"A joy for her many fans, old and new."
An exuberant celebration of life by America's favorite octogenarian sex guru. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 1, 1997

"Pearson's delightful black-and-white illustrations will appeal to readers and make the book—packed with wisdom—accessible. (Nonfiction. 8-12)"
In a book subtitled ``Advice for Kids on Making the Most of a Special Relationship,'' Dr. Ruth dispenses more of her uniquely practical advice, this time on ``how to make the love between you and your grandparents not only live but flourish.'' As part of the discussion, Dr. Ruth not only explains how the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren have changed for the better during modern times, but also what constitutes a grandparent. Read full book review >
Released: July 19, 1996

"MPSLUGDR Ruth's advice on sex has helped create new ideas about relationships; this feisty work may help stiffen the spines of the inventive men and women who are now trying to redefine the American family. (Author tour; TV satellite tour)"
Dr. Ruth takes on Dan Quayle and the politics of ``family values'' with a spirited book that packs the straightforward, common-sense punch she is noted for. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 6, 1995

"But this small gem is a rarity in a basically didactic and monotonous little book."
Diminutive sex therapist ``Dr. Ruth'' presents a sex guide for Orthodox and traditional Conservative Jews. ``People pick up the Bible for many different reasons but rarely, if ever, as a sex manual. Read full book review >