Health & Lifestyle - children
A bang-up-to-the-minute and totally modern guide to girls' growing up issues. The Girl Files offers friendly advice, practical tips and support to help girls navigate the physical and mental rollercoaster of puberty. From periods and body h... read more
Fresh, humorous, girl-to-girl advice to help girls understand the natural changes their body is undergoing. Author Joely Carey discusses a wide range of teen topics, including dealing safely with unwanted hair, applying make-up, concerns about breast development, coping with menstrual periods, preventing body odour, and lots more.
Helps girls boost their self-esteem and cope with social situations. If peer pressure and fear of being left out are problems, this book offers advice on how to say no to risky situations involving smoking, drugs, and alcohol, while staying popular among your frie... read more
Offers advice that covers just about everything girls need to know about boys, and what they really want from girls. Joely Carey talks about how to deal with emerging sexual emotions and how to say no to unwanted sex. She also explains the physical facts of sex and the use of contraceptives, and advices on what to do if pregnancy occurs.
This is a course designed to enable children to become better and more active learners. It covers learning abilities such as; listening skills; time management; setting and reaching goals; and exam and revision skills.
Self Help- YA
This book contains four sections: A range of specific learning differences children can experience, exploring the premise that it is bettere to identify weaknesses early on and teach to strengt... read more
|Author:||Elizabeth Vercoe & Kwerry Abramowski|
Self Help- YA
Here is a book full of practical ideas to help you or somebody you know move through grief.
Just what it sounds like!
The Big Books of boy Stuff is filled with hours of entertainment and enlightenment for adventure-seeking boys. Bart King interviewed hundreds of wise guys and smart alecks for the awesome content found in The Big Book of Boy Stuff. Boys can learn how to: Make lightnin... read more
Addresses the problems that parents and their teenage children are likely to encounter when the question of drug use arises. The authors explain how the brain works and give space to ordinary people who have consented to tell their own stories about the hazards and tragedies of drug use.
A practical guide for parents who want to help their teenager make the most of their time at high school: academically, emotionally and socially.'How's School?' we ask, and they answer with a mumble which tells us nothing. Can parents hope to know how our teenagers are coping at high... read more