The Puberty Bomb by Karen Campbell

A Survival Guide for Girls, Boys and Parents! HOW WILL YOU CHANGE?

The puberty bomb

Karen Campbell is a highly successful teacher and parenting expert who has finally filled a much needed gap in puberty education. You don’t want your young daughter or son reading a book on puberty that includes explicit sexual information. Children are entering puberty earlier, some as young as nine. They’re still playing with dolls and leggo and are little kids in their heads. Karen searched for books when her daughter and son entered puberty, but none of the books available were written for little children. This book tells your child all the information they need to know in simple to understand and appropriate language. 
The book is broken into four sections. 
Advice for Boys and Girls: This section talks about confidence; moods and feelings and hope to cope with them; the pressures of growing up; friends and bullies and pimples. 

A Young Girl's Guide to Growing Up: The second part of the book is devoted to girls and gives advice on topics such as: what is normal; breasts and bras; dealing with teasing; body hair; body odor; body shape and image; periods and boyfriends. 

What Happens to Boys During Puberty?: This section if for the boys and it focuses on the changes that boys will experience such as: voice changes; body hair; body shape and size; interest in girls; genitals; pimples; body odor and mood swings. 

The final section is Advice for Parents and we talk about how your child will change; body image and strategies to make sure they remain confident about their bodies; interest in the opposite sex and how to praise a teen. 

This book will help your daughter or son understand what they are going through without exposing them to unnecessary information about sex that is more suitable for older teenagers. This book was written after Karen had to rip out many pages from a puberty book she had purchased for her daughter. At the age of 9 to 13 children don't need to or want to know about all the different types of sex humans can have. 

We hope you love this book. It is part of a series of 7 smaller books.
The other books ink the series include: 
Confident Kids: How Parents Can Raise Positive, Confident, Resilient and Focused kids 
Communicating With Your Kids: Learning How To Talk and Listen To Each Other 
How To Improve Your Child’s Behavior Today: Secrets to Raising Well-Behaved Children 
Achieving Success at School: Help With Reading, Spelling, Writing & Math 
Smart Baby: Give Your Baby or Toddler a Massive Head Start 

There is no doubt that you will benefit from the straight forward and simple to follow advice that Karen gives out. This is an investment in your child's future and your sanity. 

Puberty can be a difficult time for children and parents, but if you are both prepared for the changes ahead, the transition from child to teenager will be smoother and you'll make fewer mistakes along the way.

About the Author:

Karen Campbell is a highly experienced teacher who has taught children aged from 5 to 13 over the past 20 years.She has written a series of easy to read books on Parenting Skills. Topics include Confident Kids, How to Improve Your Child's Behavior Today, Communicating with Kids, How to Win Friends and Influence People for Kids, Smart Baby, Achieving Success at School and The Puberty Bomb.

Karen has two teenage children, she knows how kids tick. 

Genre: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Life Stages / Teenagers

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE NONFICTION / Girls & Women

Language: English

Keywords: puberty, boys puberty, female puberty, growing up, girls puberty, male puberty, early puberty

Word Count: 21 084

Sales info:

UK Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #245,541 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

#69 in Kindle Store > Books > Nonfiction > Parenting & Families > Parenting > Teenagers

US Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #430,626 Paid in Kindle Store (

Sample text:

Welcome to our book on Puberty. Get a glass of your favorite beverage, sit back in your favorite chair, and get comfortable. There is a lot of information here, and hopefully you will find all of it very helpful.

There might be parts of this book you want to share with your friends – by all means, do that! Discussing the information here is important and encouraged. Some parts of this book are for girls, others for boys and some parts will help both girls and boys.

If you feel like talking to your parents about anything you read in here, they would surely welcome the chance to discuss it with you. Keeping the lines of communication open is very important, especially during this period of enormous change in your life.

These years are going to be some of the best you’ll ever have. The more you understand about your body, your life and the changes you are going to face, the better you will know how to deal with them. Knowledge is power! The more knowledge you have, the smoother the sailing will be.

So let’s get started…Advice to both girls and boys first, then the girl’s section, boy’s section and finally some advice for parents.

Parent Traps to Avoid!

Not educating your child about what will happen during puberty before it happens.
Giving too much information to very young children. 9 and 10 year old girls and boys don’t need to know all about sex. Just tell them the basics, but only if they ask. Be careful of puberty books, they often contain explicit information on all forms of sex.
Not talking to your tween, keep the lines of communication open.
Allowing them no freedom or trust. Do this and your children may revolt.
Being obsessed with your weight and the weight of others…this can lead to eating disorders, so be careful of your attitude and words.



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Already translated. Translated by Isabelle de ROSE
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