Just Ask Us: A Conversation with First Nations Teenage Moms written by Sylvia Olsen was funded as a project by the Aboriginal Healing Foundation. After Sylvia Olsen's daughter announced her pregnancy, this author and loving mother saw, what could be termed a crisis by some, as an opportunity to understand this cultural and national phenomenon of the teen mom. Olsen began her research by contacting and locating 13 teen and young adult moms who were from ages 15 through 24. Through formal and informal discussions and events the author also talked with Elders, young men, parents and others in the communities in order to understand the issue of teen pregnancy. Each chapter begins with a fictionalized story about a mom and her perspective. Themes covered include What's the Problem?, Who We Really Are, We Need to Understand, Sex Changes Everything, Condoms and Complications, We're Adults and Parents, We're Still Teenagers, Our Relationships, and Conclusion: Looking Forward. The book presents the issues, misconceptions, stereotypes, and roles and responsibilities of the teenage mother, her boyfriend, and her parents in a straightforward and clear manner. Although the book looks at First Nations teen moms, the content is suitable for all communities and ethnicities. Recommended for high school students, family studies courses, and Native Studies.