Special Boys’ Business takes a boy, his parents and carers through the changes experienced at puberty. Information is presented in simple text with clear colourful pictures. It is an appealing disability puberty book with fun, entertaining illustrations.
This sex education book helps boys with special needs and the important adults in their lives to manage this stage of life with confidence.
This puberty book provides practical hints for parents, teachers and carers.
There are three disability puberty books in the series:
Special Girls' Business and Puberty and Special Girls are useful puberty resources for boys and young men, helping them to understand the changes that girls experience at puberty.
Other books in the series:
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