Jack Teaches His Friends To Be Kidsafe!: The Safe And Smart Series (Volume 1)
Publish Date: 2012-06-11
Author: Sally Berenzweig;Cherie Benjoseph
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Now a Literary Classics Award-winning book!
Does your child know:
-- The difference between a good secret and a bad secret? -- Adults they DO NOT know should not be asking children for help? -- The difference between a safe touch and an unsafe touch? -- How to access help? -- Who are their circle of safe adults?
Jack Teaches His Friends to Be KidSafe will teach you and your children essential life skills to help you keep them safe. Use this book to comfortably open up the conversation with your children about their personal safety.
Parents today have to take every precaution to ensure that their children's safety is not compromised in a world that can be less than kind. The three things to help keep your children safe: Love your child, consistently communicate with your child, and supervise your child. Ken Lanning, Former Federal Bureau of Investigation (30 years) Special Agent with the Behavioral Science Unit and National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC). Expert on the issue of victimization of children. Founding member of the Board of Directors of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC). In communities across our country, youngsters are falling prey to harm within their own neighborhoods by known individuals, other children, and sometimes by strangers. KidSafe Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, has excellent first-rate educational material on the important topic of personal-safety life skills that parents can easily share with their children. The topics tackled in this book, such as checking with an adult first, safe and unsafe touch, saying no in unsafe situations, and knowing how to reach out to their circle of safe adults, will help to strengthen the parent/child bond while increasing the child's awareness of behaviors that can keep them safe. James Walker, Broward County Sheriff?s Office, Child Protective Investigations Section