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Celebrate Your Body PDF-A body-positive guide to help girls ages 8 to 12 navigate the changes of puberty

Puberty can be a difficult time for a young girl―and it’s natural not to know who (or what) to ask. Celebrate Your Body is a reassuring entry into puberty books for girls that encourages girls to face puberty with excitement and empowerment. From period care to mysterious hair in new places, this age-appropriate sex education book has the answers you’re looking for―in a way you can relate to.

Covering everything from bras to braces, this body-positive top choice in books about puberty for girls offers friendly guidance and support when you need it most. In addition to tips on managing intense feelings, making friends, and more, you’ll get advice on what to eat and how to exercise so your body is healthy, happy, and ready for the changes ahead.

  • Puberty explained―Discover what happens, when it happens, and why your body (and mind) is amazing in every way.
  • Social skills―Learn how to stand up to peer pressure, stay safe on social media, and keep the right kind of friends.
  • Self-care tips―Choose the right foods, exercises, and sleep schedule to keep your changing body at its best with advice you won’t find in other puberty books for girls.

This inclusive option in puberty books for girls is the ultimate guide to facing puberty with confidence.

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Celebrate Your Body PDF is one of the best medical books for students and professionals on the subject of health and fitness. It is a must download.

The Authors

Celebrate Your Body PDF

Sonya Renee Taylor is the Founder and Radical Executive Officer of The Body is Not An Apology, a digital media and education company promoting radical self-love and body empowerment as the foundational tool for social justice and global transformation. Sonya’s work as an award winning Performance Poet, Activist and transformational leader continues to have global reach. Sonya is a former National and International poetry slam champion, author, educator and activist who has mesmerized audiences across the US, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, England, Scotland, Sweden, Brazil, Canada and the Netherlands as well as in prisons, mental health treatment facilities, homeless shelters, universities, festivals and schools across the globe.

Believing in the power of art is a vehicle for social change, Sonya has been widely recognized for her work as a change agent. In 2015, she was named one of Planned Parenthood’s 99 Dream Keepers as well as a Planned Parenthood Generation Action’s 2015 Outstanding Partner awardee. She was named one of the 12 Women Who Paved the Way for Body Positivity by Bustle Magazine and in September 2015, she was honored as a YBCA 100, an annual compilation of creative minds, makers, and pioneers who are asking the questions and making the provocations that will shape the future of American culture; an honor she shared alongside author Ta’Nahesi Coates, artist Kara Walker, filmmaker Ava Duvernay and many more. In 2016, she was named a Champion of Women’s Health by Planned Parenthood and commissioned to write the official poem for Planned Parenthood’s 100 year centennial celebration. Sonya was invited by the Obama Administration to speak on at the 2016 White House Forum on Disability and LGBTQ issues. In 2017, Sonya was awarded the Quixote Foundation’s “Thank You Note, a $25,000 unrestricted award for her reproductive justice work.

Sonya’s poetry has been published in numerous journals and anthologies and she has been seen, heard and read on HBO, BET, MTV, TV One, NPR, PBS, CNN, Oxygen Network, The New York Times, New York Magazine, MSNBC.com, Today.com, Huffington Post, Vogue Australia, Shape.com, Ms. Magazine and many more. She is a regular collaborator with organizations such as Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Advocates for Youth 1in3 Campaign, Association for Size Diversity and Health, Binge Eating Disorders Association (BEDA), Yerba Buena Cultural Art Center and numerous others.

With a B.A. in Sociology and an M.S.A. in Organizational Management, Sonya continues to be a fierce activist for global justice using the lens of intersectional Black Feminism and radical self-love. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Split This Rock, an organization calling poets to a greater role in public life and fostering a national network of socially engaged poets. Additionally, she serves on the Board of Directors for SisterSong, a pioneering Women of Color reproductive justice collective. Sonya continues to be engaged in issues of racial justice, police brutality, mental health, reproductive rights and justice and much more.

In 2011, Sonya founded The Body is Not An Apology, as an online community to cultivate radical self-love and body empowerment. TBINAA quickly became an international movement and leading framework for the budding body positivity movement. In 2015, The Body is Not An Apology developed a digital magazine, education and community building platform to connect the globe around issues of radical self-love and intersectional social justice. Today, TBINAA.com reaches over 250,000 thousand readers weekly, with website visitors from over 140 countries. In an effort to continue to disseminate the message of radical-self love as vehicle for global transformation, Sonya will release, The Body is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love on Berrett-Koehler Publishing in February 2018. Sonya lives in the California Bay Area with her Yorkie, Anastasia Duchess but continues to tour globally sharing lectures, workshops and performances focused on radical unapologetic healing and personal transformation.

Dimensions and Characteristics of Celebrate Your Body PDF

  • Identification Number ‏ : ‎ 164152166X
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Rockridge Press (May 29, 2018)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 174 pages
  • International Standard Book Number-10 ‏ : ‎ 9781641521666
  • International Standard Book Number-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1641521666
  • Reading age ‏ : ‎ 8 – 11 years
  • Grade level ‏ : ‎ 4 – 6
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 11.8 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 5.9 x 0.6 x 8.9 inches
  • Book Name : Celebrate Your Body PDF

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LC “I love that this book has a very positive take on puberty, and though it is secular, it speaks of the awesome gift of the body that God gave to women. However, because my daughter loves sports and “boy” Legos and detests nail polish and pink, I’m afraid she may get the wrong message from the book. Because a girl does not like what is stereotypically “girly”, in no way means she should start questioning her gender. Girls come in all shapes and sizes as this book clearly states, BUT also in all different personalities, all equally female. I love the book except for the 3 pages that suggest gender questioning, which may not be in line with some families’ values.”

Irishlawlass “My daughter turned ten a few weeks ago and I wanted to start preparing her for the eventuality of her period and other bodily changes. She is gifted and a straight A+ student but she’s also a very young ten maturity-wise (thank God). She does not know how babies are made really. She still plays with horse toys and dragons and Harry Potter dolls etc. We have raised her to be accepting of people no matter their sexuality. We are liberal leaning even though we’re also Catholic. She is obsessed with reading and because she’s so smart, it’s hard to find books as she gets older that are not about catty girls or romantic relationships in any kind of physical detail (Harry Potter has been the hardest one for us so far). So many of the books about a girl’s body include discussions about boys and sex — and eating disorders, fashion etc. I don’t think girls need to be thinking about that sort of stuff at this age. I’m happy to find so many of my daughter’s friends’ parents agree — even some with boys who say their sons still don’t really know how babies are made (they shouldn’t at this age!!!). Let them be kids a while longer!! This world rips away their childhoods long before that should happen as it is! Before giving this book to my daughter, I read it cover-to-cover on my own and I LOVED it. There was nothing in this book that would spoil your unspoiled daughter. The closest the author comes is talking about how your daughter might find herself having different kinds of feelings for kids she used to think of only as friends or classmates, and that’s okay. The writer doesn’t say having feelings for “boys” — she keeps it sexually neutral — which is refreshing. It doesn’t get into sex education. There is a very troubled boy in my daughter’s school who routinely says inappropriate sexually charged things to her & her friends. My daughter thankfully doesn’t understand most of the slang words he uses (so she comes home to ask me — to my horror that this boy is saying such things). Well this charming young man asked my daughter the other day if she is gay. My daughter knows this term because she has an uncle who is gay and she loves him dearly. She was raised with no concept that being gay is in any way different from being straight. She was raised to know that being gay is not a choice people make — they are born that way — and that God doesn’t make mistakes. Her answer to this boy who asked if she is gay was, “I don’t know — I haven’t fallen in love with anyone yet”. OMG!! I about died of pride!!! This book helped prepare her for a question of that nature. I wanted a book that explained the process of a period and the general purpose of it without prehistoric ideas of sexuality. I wanted a book that would tell her what is happening to her body without the extra street knowledge of sex. This book is very “clean” in that regard but it’s also not religious or conservative — which we didn’t want either. It’s as informative as it needs to be for total understanding of what’s happening in puberty, written in an open-minded and progressive way, without being too advanced. It is well written. This is such a good book that I’m recommending it to everyone I know with girls this age who are like my own daughter. Bravo to the writer.”
CurlyKayak “I’ve researched dozens & dozens of books for my 10y.o niece, and ‘Celebrate Your Body’ is EXACTLY what I was looking for!

Everything in Sonya Renee Taylor’s approach is positive and encouraging. She acknowledges many colors and body types and provides just the right amount of detail for a tween/pre-teen reader.

*Every other book I researched in this genre had an inordinate focus on appearance & traditional notions of beauty.* Something I wanted to avoid.
They also, without exception, addressed interest in “boys” – excluding anyone who might not be interested in boys & reinforcing the confusion they may be feeling about not being “normal.” To be clear, the book doesn’t encourage or even go into detail on this topic, it simply refers to developing feelings for “someone” using generic pronouns. This is just one example of Sonya Renee Taylor’s subtle approach to inclusiveness & cultural sensitivity.

If you’re looking for an encouraging, straightforward, medically accurate, inclusive guide for your 9-12y.o, This. Is. Your. Book.

Adult readers: If you haven’t already checked out the author’s other book, “The Body Is Not An Apology,” I highly recommend doing so. Sonya Renee Taylor is a gift to Humanity ♡”

Anna Chiquita “I have an 8 year old tomboy daughter who is very fearful about puberty and dreading the changes to her body. I was looking for a book that explains puberty in a way that won’t be intimidating, and which isn’t overly girly in a way that would alienate my daughter and make her feel even more worried.
This book is 100% what I was looking for after seeing a number of others which didn’t look like they would appeal to my daughter.
The text is written in a very warm, reassuring and straightforward way. The pictures are great, showing girls of different races, sizes, shapes, disabilities, different degrees of femininity etc so that I think there is something that every reader could relate to. My daughter immediately wanted to look at the book and talk about what she saw in it with me. The body positivity message is reinforced throughout- something that I try to do with my daughter but I think it sinks in more when she reads it in a book independently. I am very happy I bought this book and I think she will be referring to it for years to come.”

 

 

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