This puberty book includes information about the physical and emotional changes of puberty. It will give boys a greater understanding and deeper knowledge about puberty and sexuality. Information is presented in a sensitive but open manner. This puberty resource has simple language and fun illustrations which boys will enjoy. This sex education book aims to:
Secret Boys' Business is a valuable puberty resource which can be used by boys, families, schools and community groups.
It is a suitable puberty resource for use as class sets of sex education books in schools.
Secret Boys' Business can be used as a disability puberty book for some boys and young men with special needs.
As part of a boy’s sexuality education, Secret Girls’ Business and More Secret Girls’ Business are valuable puberty resources to help boys understand the changes girls experience at puberty.
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