I'm a Big Sister
A sister enumerates the joys of welcoming a new baby to the family and the advantages of already being "big."
I Can Be Safe
A First Look at Safety
Educates readers about safety, including the value of fear as a warning of danger, the need to beware of people whose behavior creates discomfort, and the importance of learning how to stay safe.
What's the Big Secret?
Talking About Sex With Girls and Boys
Answers some of the most common questions about sex and development
The Period Book
Everything You Don't Want to Ask but Need to Know
Clear answers to common questions, practical guidance, and easy-to-read facts provide young girls with information about this major event in a woman's life--helping explain the process and all the changes that come as a result of it. Simultaneous.
You Can Call Me Willy
A Story for Children About AIDS
Although eight-year-old Willy has AIDS, she wants to play baseball
I'm a Big Brother
A child observes all the things that his new baby brother does and gives all the reasons why he loves being a big brother.
A Girl's Guide to Menstruation With a Parents Guide
Discusses the physical and psychological changes at the onset of menstruation, and includes a guide for parents.
The Gas We Pass
The Story of Farts
A reassuring and humorous addition to the series including Everyone Poops presents curious readers with a straightforward, relatable look at a natural body function, explaining how and why gas is produced and eliminated.
Where Did I Come from
An honest, gently humorous, illustrated guide for children and their parents provides basic information about sex
A Guide for Changing Families
School & Library
Text and illustrations of dinosaur characters introduce aspects of divorce such as its causes and effects, living with a single parent, spending holidays in two separate households, and adjusting to a stepparent.