Wait, What?: A Comic Book Guide to Relationships, Bodies,


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  • Wait, What?: A Comic Book Guide to Relationships, Bodies, and Growing Up
  • Heather Corinna
  • 09 July 2019
  • 1620106590

8 thoughts on “Wait, What?: A Comic Book Guide to Relationships, Bodies, and Growing Up

  1. sadovidsporn.co Customer sadovidsporn.co Customer says:

    I really thought the book appropriate, it touches on many subjects with care Would purchase again for other friends kids.


  2. paperfiend paperfiend says:

    A wonderfully inclusive puberty and growing up book that LGBTQ parents can feel comfortable reading with their children Coverage of gender, sexual orientation, and labels is done in an especially sensitive yet clear way The only caveat is that parents may want to supplement the specific body changes during puberty section with something from another book, as this book has of an overview than a lot of details.


  3. MommaH MommaH says:

    I bought 2 of these, one for my developmentally disabled daughter and one for her first serious boyfriend, who is also disabled They have been reading and discussing it, and it has helped make connections for each of them that previous guides books talks hadn t I highly recommend this book for all young people The information is clear, correct, non judgmental, and accessible.


  4. Shay Tiziano Shay Tiziano says:

    I adore this book My 11 year old, who is generally rather unwilling to discuss puberty, does enjoy graphic novels and was willing to engage with this book After we read through it together, they requested to look through it with a friend who came overand the two of them read it together for quite some time the other kid s parent was happy her kid was interested in the topic, and I think bought a copy for them to have at home, too My 11 year old isn t interested in dating yet, so we focused on the first half of the book about puberty and such for now If I were to change one thing, I do wish there was information about menstruationit is covered briefly, but I would have liked a lot on pads tampons, etc However, that s just nitpicking overall we loved the book and will be referencing it and moving on to the second half, which is about sex as they get a bit older.


  5. susannah white susannah white says:

    Love this book It has quality information explained in a way that kids won t feel awkward about it The characters are likable and you can see yourself in there with their worries Especially since it is an inclusive look at puberty and sexuality I would say this is the most important publication in its class since American Girl s Care Keeping of You.


  6. Parsons Parsons says:

    Not for the judgmental or faint of heart, though There are realistic diagrams and drawings of genitalia It also mentions gender identity and sexual orientation Mostly, though, the message is that puberty and teen years can be confusing but not to be ashamed of one s changing body I thought it was very positive.


  7. Carrie Smith-Hardee Carrie Smith-Hardee says:

    My gosh, if all of us got good sex Ed books like this growing up it would be a vastly healthier and happier world So recommend


  8. Lulu the beast Lulu the beast says:

    Great book for teenagers and pre teens


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Wait, What?: A Comic Book Guide to Relationships, Bodies, and Growing Up From Heather Corinna, founder and director of Scarleteen, and Isabella Rotman, cartoonist and sex educator, comes a graphic novel guide that covers essential topics for preteens and young teens about their changing bodies and feelings Join friends Malia, Rico, Max, Sam and Alexis as they talk about all the weird and exciting parts of growing up This supportive group of friends are guides for some tricky subjects Using comics, activities and examples, they give encouragement and context for new and confusing feelings and experiences Inclusive of different kinds of genders, sexualities, and other identities, they talk about important topics like Bodies, including puberty, body parts and body image Sexual and gender identity Gender roles and stereotypes Crushes, relationships, and sexual feelings Boundaries and consent The media and cultural messages, specifically around bodies and sex How to be sensitive, kind, accepting, and mature Where to look for information, support and help A fun and easy to read guide from expert sex educators that gives readers a good basis and an age appropriate start with sex, bodies and relationships education The perfect complement to any school curriculum


About the Author: Heather Corinna

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