YOUR PRETEENAGER'S MIND AND BODY by M.D.

YOUR PRETEENAGER'S MIND AND BODY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a years, and there will be a on the teenager. The physical changes which extend to illness and sleep changes in status and such concerns as money, the need for privacy and making independent choices, listening, and question and answer on the part of the parent, rules and authority, and finally the changes in awareness and the handling of sexual problems comprise an outline of the content. shadowy areas in parent-child relationships with delicacy and she represents an enlightened but not overly approach. The audience for this is .

Pub Date: April 22nd, 1962
Publisher: Hawthorn