'This excellent book should be read by policy-makers, service providers and anyone working with or concerned about young people.' Margaret Chekri, FPA Information Officer Teenage sexuality, pregnancy and motherhood have become matters of concern in many countries. A variety of both explanations and solutions have been put forward. This book reviews the existing state of knowledge within Britain, the USA and elsewhere. On their first-hand experiences as director of a unit for schoolgirl mothers and sociological researcher, the authors suggest ways of both reducing teenage pregnancies and providing more effective help for teenage mothers.