100 Questions You'd Never Ask your Parents

100 Questions You'd Never Ask your Parents

Book - 2013
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A guide for teens about sex and related topics draws on the expertise of a psychologist and an OB/GYN to offer answers to questions on a wide range of subjects that teenagers may be reluctant to discuss with adults.
Publisher: New York : Roaring Brook Press, 2013
Edition: Revised edition
ISBN: 9781596438682
Branch Call Number: 306.7083 He
Description: xiii, 140 pages ; 19 cm
Additional Contributors: Armstrong, Nancy (Nancy J.)


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Jessica4695 Sep 06, 2014

The title was kind of ironic for me because I'm very open with my parents and this book simply served as some conversation starters and provoked more questions for me to ask them; I'd picked it up out of curiosity. I'd recommend this book for teens to get some information and answers, but I definitely recommend actually talking to a parent or another trusted adult along with it. I think the book was a little biased but overall a good source of information. I learned some new stuff.

bandblair Sep 25, 2013

Really short clear authoritative answers.


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