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  • A Secret Safe to Tell

    A Secret Safe to Tell

    by Naomi Hunter

    It happened when I was little, always when we were alone…but, sometimes he did things that worried me and made me feel strange on the inside…I thought games were supposed to be FUN. This is a gentle book that encourages children  to tell someone about any confusing feelings that they might be experiencing, as a way of HEALING. A book about a child who has an adult friend who makes her feel special. Sometimes a bit too special. His touching makes her frightened and confused. It is only when...

  • A Terrible Thing Happened - A story for children who have witnessed violence or trauma

    A Terrible Thing Happened - A story for children who have witnessed violence or trauma

    by Margaret M Holmes

    Sherman Smith saw the most terrible thing happen. At first he tried to forget about it, but soon something inside him started to bother him. He felt nervous for no reason. Sometimes his stomach hurt. He had bad dreams. And he started to feel angry and do mean things, which got him in trouble. Then he met Ms. Maple, who helped him talk about the terrible thing that he had tried to forget. Now Sherman is feeling much better. This gently told and tenderly illustrated story is for...

  • Alex and the Scary Things: A Story to Help Children Who Have Experienced Something Scary

    Alex and the Scary Things: A Story to Help Children Who Have Experienced Something Scary

    by Melissa Moses

    Alex is an alligator who has experienced 'scary' things. In this charmingly illustrated story, he talks about how this affects him and how he copes. By reading about the different parts of Alex that come out because of the scary things he has experienced, such as The Destroyer when he is angry, Spacey when he dissociates, and Puddles when he is sad, children will learn to recognise when they experience these emotions themselves and find solutions for overcoming them. Alex talks about the different coping strategies he uses to...

  • Browser the Mouse and His Internet Adventure with audio CD

    Browser the Mouse and His Internet Adventure with audio CD

    by Youthlight

    *No refund on this item: Was: $25.45* *Reduced by 20% - Now $20.35* This full-colour adorably illustrated book tells the story of Browser the Mouse who makes the decision to try out the new family computer without waiting for his parents' help. His excitement turns to frustration confusion and fear as he finds himself lost in a world of chat rooms blogs and pop-up windows. After telling his parents everything they call a family meeting to discuss using technology safely. Designed to promote dialogue and provide practical safety skills for...

  • Cyman Learns Cyber Smarts and Dangers

    Cyman Learns Cyber Smarts and Dangers

    by Youthlight

    Cyman is a cyber-surfer who learns that the responsible use of technology and the internet can be very rewarding but abusing these technologies can often lead to some terrible consequences. After making some poor decisions, such as taking a not-so-nice picture and texting a bullying message with his cell phone, he realizes the outcome of misusing digital devices. As expected, each of Cyman’s poor judgments eventually lead to shocking, terribly embarrassing and dangerous consequences. Cyman learns that he needs to use much, much more caution when using any technology....

  • Cyman Learns Gaming Smarts and Dangers

    Cyman Learns Gaming Smarts and Dangers

    by YouthLight

    Cyman is a gamer that learns a very valuable lesson about the importance of safely and responsibly interacting when playing games that connect him with friends – and strangers – online. After making some poor decisions – such as over-sharing personal information and trying to meet up with a “friend” he met online while gaming – he learns the potential consequences of not applying “stranger danger” while playing games online.  This book will help teach you and your children Cyman’s very important “Gamers Guideline” to ensure you and your children...

  • Everyone's got a Bottom

    Everyone's got a Bottom

    by Tess Rowley

    We all have bodies and we all want to keep them safe. Everyone's got a bottom is a story about Ben and his brother and sister learning and talking together. It is a tool for parents and carers to gently start a conversation with children about self-protection. Everyone's got a bottom is a story about children keeping safe, in a style that is fun, positive and protective. This book is a collaboration between Family Planning Queensland, writer Tess Rowley, illustrator Jodi Edwards and experts from the early childhood...

  • Exceptional Children's Guide to Touch: Teaching Social and Physical Boundaries to Kids

    Exceptional Children's Guide to Touch: Teaching Social and Physical Boundaries to Kids

    by Hunter Manasco

    The rules of physical contact can be tricky to grasp. This friendly picture book explains in simple terms how to tell the difference between acceptable and inappropriate touch, helping children with special needs stay safe. Each story covers a different type of touch from accidental to friendly to hurtful and will help children understand how boundaries change depending on the context. It covers when and where it is OK to touch other people, when and where other people can touch you, why self-touching sometimes needs to be private, and...

  • Gary Just Didn't Know The Rules

    Gary Just Didn't Know The Rules

    by Holly-Anne Martin

    In this story, an “incident” occurs in the boys’ toilet, involving Gary who is new to Miss Martin’s class. Miss Martin teaches her students the “five private rules” which are designed to help keep them safe at home, at school, in fact anywhere they go. The author, Holly-ann Martin, who has over 30 years experience in teaching protective behaviours, wrote this book to help parents, carers, teachers and educators discuss the issue of child-to-child sexual abuse with the children in their care. Increasingly, Holly had been contacted by childcare centres and...

  • Hayden-Reece Learns a Valuable Lesson that Private means "just for you"

    Hayden-Reece Learns a Valuable Lesson that Private means "just for you"

    by Holly-Anne Martin

    Lauren feels unsafe at school when Hayden-Reece appears over the wall of the toilet. She goes to tell Miss Martin, who is on her Network. Miss Martin teaches her class the difference between Public and Private and explains that no one should see or touch your private parts, and that Private means 'Just for you'. This book will help both parents and teachers explain this important subject so that children of all ages will understand the difference between public and private, and how that applies to them personally...

  • Hayden-Reece Learns What To Do if Children See Private Pictures or Private Movies

    Hayden-Reece Learns What To Do if Children See Private Pictures or Private Movies

    by Holly-Anne Martin

    Miss Martin teaches her class what to do if they should come across private pictures or private movies. While watching Minecraft videos, poor Hayden-Reece comes across a private movie. He thinks his mum will take away his tablet, so he doesn’t tell her. After having nightmares he finally tells his mum, who doesn’t take it away, but talks with him about what he has seen. This book is the third in a series where Miss Martin introduces her students to Protective Education. Hayden-Reece Learns a Valuable Lesson...

  • Let’s Talk About It! - Do You Have a Secret?

    Let’s Talk About It! - Do You Have a Secret?

    by Jennifer Moore-Mallinos

    Every child has secrets, and many secrets are fun to keep—for instance, a surprise birthday gift for Mom, or a secret handshake with a young friend. But sometimes, children have secrets that make them feel bad, and these secrets are best shared with their parents, or with some trusted older person. A child who is bullied might be inclined to keep it secret, but it’s always best to tell parents about it. Or children who are touched intimately and improperly by an older person will soon feel better...

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