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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Corky Gives the Whole Scoop on the Facts of Life by Terri Shearer Trenchard is a humorous take on girls and their growing stages which covers menstruation, pimples, bras, and much more that girls of the age group 9-13 experience. This lighthearted book guides young girls and makes them aware of the basic facts about the growing up stages, including the changes their bodies are going through. It encourages them to be more open with their parents and care givers. The book is a great help in empowering girls with awareness and knowledge. It is an excellent book for those who have daughters.
The book works as a perfect guide for growing girls. It discusses everything associated with the growing stages of a girl. It is a typical girlie kind of read and the relaxed way in which the author has put down the contents and the formatting make it more interesting. That style also makes it easily accessible to young readers.
Corky's quick and easy guide to surviving puberty covers a topic that is very interesting. The book covers everything that a young girl needs to know and it is a must-read for all parents who have girl children so that they can connect with them in a better way. The interactive scoops that are added in between catapult the theme to another level.