Amazon: children's books for sexual abuse prevention
Includes Information on
How to Keep Kids Safe Online
Times are changing and unfortunately, so are the risks to our children. The new edition of I SAID NO! includes essential information on how to keep kids safe in the digital era. Learn how to help manage and monitor the type of content children view over the internet and protect them from online predators. This refreshing update gives families and educators access to the essential information and strategies needed to protect children online, including:
Easily distinguishable talking points and mini-chapters
Online issues and what to do
Trusted adults revisited
Updated kid-scenarios to reflect the time and use of technology
An anatomically correct body part glossary.
A less alarming, but serious feel
I Said No! uses kid-friendly language and illustrations to help parents and concerned adults give kids guidance they can understand, practice and use.
I Said No! is a Mom's Choice Awards® Gold Recipient
A RESOURCE FOR TEACHING KIDS ABOUT HEALTHY BOUNDARIES FOR THIER PRIVATE PARTS
Helping kids set healthy boundaries for their private parts can be a daunting and awkward task. Written from a kid's point of view I Said No! makes this task a lot easier. King wrote the book to help parents, counselors, and educators start important conversations about sexual education, sexual abuse prevention, and consent.
What bribes & threats are.
What red flags are & how to look for them.
Practice what to think, say, & do in red flag situations.
On how to contact the proper adult or authority.
A BOOK WRITTEN TO KEEP YOUR CHILD SAFE FROM SEXUAL PREDATORS
Discover ways to help your child stay safe from sexual abuse at school, at religious activities, at camp, at home, with friends, at family gatherings, and in your neighborhood.
REVIEWS AND PRAISE FOR I SAID NO!
The most important book you will own as a parent...
THE STORY BEHIND TODAY'S MOST RECOGNIZED CHILDREN BOOK FOR SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION
Kimberly King wrote I Said No! with her son Zack to help him cope with an inappropriate touch incident with a friend. Mom and son started an important conversation about realistic situations kids might find themselves in and what they should do.
90% of children who are sexually abused know and trust their abuser.
It is not as simple as teaching our kids about the "creepy man in the white van." While stranger danger awareness is essential, knowing the facts about sexual abuse and minimizing the risk to our kids is the most important thing we can do.
Together Kimberly and Zack developed "what-if" scenarios, and worked on learning how to identify dangerous situations and where to find help when needed. They quickly realized every parent and child needed to be having these real-life discussions.
Kimberly believes it is imperative we start talking about sexual education, sexual abuse prevention, and consent more seriously. As a certified Darkness to Light Facilitator and sexual abuse prevention educator and author, she has made it her mission to help educate and protect other kids.
READ MORE about what Kimberly has learned through her journey.