Advice that girls trust, Discovery Girls Guide to Growing Up - review/giveaway

As girls begin to grow up, everything changes. From fights with friends to bickering with parents, all the changes emotionally and physically can be a tough situation. While parents are always available to help, sometimes girls want support and explanations from their friends. Still, parents worry that the information shared amongst friends is accurate. A good compromise is Discovery Girls Guide to Growing Up.

The Discovery Girls Guide to Growing Up shares easy to understand explanations for young girls about their changing bodies. From the emotional roller coasters to the physical changes, these occurrences can be overwhelming and confusing. Girls want and need answers, but may be embarrassed to ask a mom. With this book, girls have the information available in an approachable form.

One feature, the stories from other girls, helps adolescents understand that their questions and concerns are isolated. Many other girls have and will have the same things happen. The explanations are straightforward and relatable. It makes any girl feel that she is never alone.

Overall the goal of this book is to empower young girls as their grow and develop. Self-confidence is the best feature that any girl can gain during adolescence. With this book and support from family and friends, young girls can growing into confident, secure young women. 

Discovery Girls Guide to Growing Up is available for purchase online at the Discovery Girls website. It retails for $9.99.

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Disclosure: I received this book to review and to giveaway. All opinions are my own.


  1. I have two nieces that would benefit from this book. Hope I win!!

  2. I would love to give this to my granddaughters who are ages 11 and 9.
    They are at the perfect age to really get something out of a book like this. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Ann B.
    ababe28 at hotmail dot com