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  • Paperback
  • 95 pages
  • Body Book, The
  • Nancy N. Rue
  • 10 December 2014
  • 9780310700159

About the Author: Nancy N. Rue

Nancy Rue is the author of over books for adults and teens including the Christy Award winning The Reluctant Prophet Unexpected Dismounts and Healing Waters with Steve Arterburn which was the Women of Faith Novel of the Year She travels extensively—at times on the back of a Harley—speaking to and teaching groups of women of all ages Nancy lives on a lake Body Book, Epub / in Tennessee with her Harle.



10 thoughts on “Body Book, The

  1. Angel Blue Angel Blue says:

    This book helps me with my self esteem It totally boosted my self confidence ❤💜😎I love this book because it helps me have good feelings for myself And it helps me plan for puberty

  2. Rebekah Schrepfer Rebekah Schrepfer says:

    I have an 11 year old daughter She has two sisters ages 9 and 8 So as you can imagine I have some interesting days ahead In addition to very open and honest talks with my daughter I began looking for some good resources to help my daughters through this transition time as they mature into womanhood Some books I saw gave too much information complete with explicit pictures and those would not have been appropriate for the very first introduction to puberty Some that I saw gave good information but also included standards that were not conservative like how to have a clean tattoo or how pink hair might be just your way of expressing yourself sigh Some had only physiological information and nothing from a spiritual standpoint I settled on this one and I’ve been happy with it My daughter enjoyed reading it first of all It was made for the tween age It’s not boring It’s not long Nancy Rue set it up as a devotional book There are lots of places to write and make check lists There are only nine chapters about what is going on with her body While the pages are filled with cartoon pictures none are explicit There are no illustrations of a naked or near naked body The most personal pictures would be a drawing of the uterus and ovaries drawings of maxi pads tampons and bras not on a girl There is talk of menstruation and body anatomy and changes Let’s just say there is enough information in there to make a boy blush Nancy Rue didn’t go into ALL there is to know There is no information about the mechanics of sex neither is there any information about a boy’s changes And I liked that I prefer to talk about that myself with my daughter Mostly though there is a LOT about attitude during emotional times keeping the temple of the Holy Spirit healthy and drawing near to God So this was a good book to start off this season in life It opened the door for my daughter to ask me uestions and for me to keep those doors open with her I look forward to reviewing her other books in this seriesRead of my book reviews on MostlySensiblecom

  3. Chrissy Chrissy says:

    THE BODY BOOK by Nancy Rue is a totally adorable interactive fun guide for girls and young preteen women to be educated on puberty and gently coached to understand and accept the changes they will encounter in their bodies as well as the potential reactions from those around them that could be discomforting Presented in a whimsical format mirroring that of a magazine geared towards children this book did a great job presenting information in a variety of ways that is sure to keep young minds entertained and enlightened up until the last pageObviously given the publisher and the author this is geared towards those with a specific Christian belief system complete with inspirational Bible verses affirmations and prayers to aid girls in making things easier during a potentially confusing times in their lives That said I do think that the book may still have an appeal to a general audience as well although it does prescribe to traditional gender roles as commonly emphasized in the Christian faithTHE BODY BOOK presents a series of fun uizzes that will be undeniably appealing to a young audience as I clearly remember finding little magazine uizzes particularly charming when I was at the age that is primarily targeted by this book Additionally there are drawings lists journal suggestions Bible verses and personalized prayers in each segment that keep things interesting and flowingSome of the topics covered are How to assemble a kit of everything you'll need once you start your period How to choose a tampon or maxi pad How to know when to start wearing a bra and what size and style to choose Healthy eating and exercise plans Eating disorders and body image problemsThroughout the book the author continually reminds the reader of the importance that a positive Godly attitude plays in each and every section of life Various tips and suggestions are given to help young girls make sure they are not falling into patterns of negativity and insecurityI appreciate having the opportunity to read an e galley copy of this book and I thank the publisher for allowing me to give my thoughts on this work

  4. Gina Hott Gina Hott says:

    Several years ago I was talking to a friend about not having a clue what to say to my daughter when she came to ‘that’ age and my friend said — I got a book Well when I grabbed this book from Netgalley I was thinking it would be a cute read but I didn’t even get through two chapters before I realized that it was definitely the book for my houseThis book walked us through all of the changes going on and explained to her in a factual but fun way why and how It made the whole maturing process less fearsome and awesomeThe Body Book walks you through each of the steps of change and helps you to see where you are in the process and lets you know the things your going to need to deal with in the near future It also helps to know when you’re going to need the help of an adult and when you can handle it on your ownThis book is great for the girls to read by themselves though we really did enjoy reading a chapter a week and discussing it fully before moving on to the next sectionThank you so much Nancy RueMoreAuthor Nancy RueSource Tommy Nelson via NetgalleyGrade AAges 7 15

  5. paula paula says:

    Traditional expectations from shaving your legs to getting married limit the choices of the young Christian women who are the intended audience of this book I have no objection to consulting God about why you have the smallest boobs in your class I know I'm supposed to like my body just the way You made it but I need Your help with that but I find the gender roles and attitudes in this book unhelpfulWill You make me a little gladder about being a girl? Just ignore brothers and other boys who might make fun of your developing body this is infuriating and a couple of other books make a point of saying that you don't have to put up with thisWhat if I get my period at a soccer game and the coach is a man? The correct answer is that no guy who coaches girls' soccer is going to be completely unprepared for such an eventuality but this book is completely ok with making sure no fella ever twigs to the idea that you might be a mature female

  6. Chloe (aka Crystal) Chloe (aka Crystal) says:

    I bought five books in this series I think a few months ago when I saw then for like 50 cents each I finally started taking the time to read them but I've owned this one before and found it right before I moved So I have two copiesThis is a great book for girls who are becoming young women and for them to understand puberty Obviously this is aimed at tweens I'm glad it is because although it's not necessarily inappropriate it does explain what parts of your body does and that wouldn't be appropriate for a boyIt was kind of a refresher to read reminding me to take care of myself and keep myself healthy which I'm guilty of not doing Although I feel like most of the great info in this book no longer applies to me since I know practically everything in it it's still something that'd be worth reading

  7. Michelle Rogers Michelle Rogers says:

    This was a great book for prepubescent girls to learn about what to expect in puberty I love how it was very positive about the beauty of the woman's body and how her cycle is an important and good thing This book is good at encouraging loving and respecting your body as God created it to be It was easy to read with clear concise answers for young girls to the uestions they may have and encouraged girls to discuss uestions and concerns with a trusted woman ideally their mom but listed ways to find other good options if talking to mom is not an option I can see how girls would easily read and relate to this book with it's facts As tips and journal prompts This book has made the cut as one of the books I will utilize to help my three girls navigate puberty

  8. Holly Letson Holly Letson says:

    This is a book that will come in handy for teaching preteens and young teens about puberty It has uizzes and such to make it fun for young girls to become a part of the learning experience it entails Thanks much to Thomas Nelson for letting me receive this book for review via NetGalley I will definitely recommend it to preteen women

  9. Deborah Deborah says:

    This is a great little book to read to your tween daughters It's candid but fun Full of uestionnaires and uizzes as well as A sessions I read it aloud to two of my daughters They both seemed to enjoy it

  10. Bill Bill says:

    Helpful appropriate informative

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