We would like to add a warning to this book. It is very good, but very explicit. We suggest parents reading it first. We usually recommend this book for public school kids.
Designed for kids ages 11 to 14, Facing The Facts equips kids to understand and deal with the changes of puberty. It also examines why God intends sex for marriage, discusses love and dating, and answers tough questions about sexuality. This is the last book in the four-book series God's Design for Sex. By Stan and Brenna Jones
What GOV Says: As mentioned above, we usually only recommend this resource for kids in public school or children who are exposed to a lot of outside influences. We feel the ages for this book are too young, and it is better suited for about 14 and older. However, for the child with a lot of questions, or who experiences a lot of slang language and misinformation about sex from peers or in the media, this book is excellent.