First Period Books Set Edition 2023
₹199.00 – ₹999.00
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First Periods Don’t Have To Be Scary!
In India, 68% of the girls didn’t know about menstruation until they got their periods
PeriodBuddy has designed...
01 Pre Period Book
Periods are beyond bleeding which comes with package of other symptoms. This part of the book covers all of them with utmost transparency and lets your daughter know what’s normal and what’s not.
03 Choose Your Pad
04 Situations (New)
a compassionate and empowering guidebook for young girls, written with the intention of teaching them the importance of helping their friends navigate the challenges of menstruation, especially during school
05 Skipping Periods
06 A day with Dad (New)
A heartwarming and relatable story unfolds when a young girl, home alone, unexpectedly gets her period. She’s always assumed her dad knows nothing about periods, but dad surprised her with his support and care for young one
08 Period Hygiene
09 Period Positivity
This book helps your child break past the conditioning around periods by allowing them to express themselves and encouraging them to not feel adversely about their periods.
10 Period Normalization (New)
The story of a young girl’s quest to normalize conversations about periods unfolds in a refreshing and empowering way
"We Make Habits, Habits Make Us"
Building healthier habits for better period experience through books
Rapid Fire Round
Yes. Before her first period cycle begins, she needs to understand about periods.
Pre-period book has been solely designed to equip her with the necessary information she needs to know before hitting her first periods.
The right time to talk to your daughter about periods is before she experiences it for the first time. Girls typically start menstruating between the ages of 8 and 15, so it’s best to start the conversation when she’s around 8-10 years old.
Other than this, you can also use these ways to decide.
1. If her any of friends or classmate got periods
2. If there are signs of puberty
It’s common for young girls to feel uncomfortable or embarrassed about discussing periods, especially if they haven’t had many conversations about it before. Here are some tips to help your daughter feel more comfortable talking about periods:
1. Share your own experiences:
Share your own experiences with periods.
2. Provide resources: Give your daughter books or articles about periods to read.
3. Create a safe space: Let your daughter know that she can come to you with any questions or concerns she has about periods