American Girl Wellness Round-Up
Start School Strong: Self-Care with American Girl

When you think of back-to-school, visions of new backpacks, empty notebooks, and freshly sharpened pencils probably dance in your head. But a new school year requires so much more, especially when it comes to all the feelings and bodily changes that can make focusing on the school day harder than geometry.

Kickstart success for the kids in your life with audiobooks from American Girl all about self-care and wellness, with tips and tricks for dealing with big feelings, personal body care, and communication. It’s never too early to start discussing the importance of self-care: when kids feel confident and self-assured in their feelings and their bodies, they’ll feel ready to tackle anything. Even that pesky geometry pop quiz.

For girls 10 and up, The Care & Keeping of You 2 has even more in-depth details about the physical and emotional changes girls are going through. With expert contributors, this audiobook covers new questions about periods, her growing body, peer pressure, personal care, and more.

This audiobook is full of advice, tips, and facts about how the body changes. In Guy Stuff, boys will find age-appropriate answers to questions about voice changes, acne, bad breath, shaving, and everything in between.

Guy Stuff Feelings: Everything You Need to Know About Your Emotions is full of advice on dealing with the new feelings and emotions that are a part of puberty. Boys will find helpful tips on identifying, managing, and expressing emotions in positive ways.

The Feelings Book helps girls understand their emotions and learn to deal with them. They’ll get tips on expressing their feelings and staying in control, plus advice on handling fear, anxiety, jealousy, and grief. This listen features letters from real girls written to American Girl magazine.

More than three million girls have read The Care & Keeping of You. As a companion, Is This Normal? answers letters from real girls with concerns about their changing bodies and helps listeners talk with their parents about puberty and other touchy topics.