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Special Girls Business

Written for girls with special needs, takes girls and their carers through the process of managing periods.
This book has been written for girls with special needs. It takes girls and their carers step-by-step through the process of managing periods. The book is easy to understand and offers practical and appropriate information in a fun, friendly and inclusive manner. It is an invaluable resource for preparing and training girls for puberty.

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