A Kids Book About Sexual Abuse



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For Ages 5+

Knowledge is the best defense. Give your kids the tools to identify abuse and the language to defend their bodies.

Some of the most difficult things to talk about are also the most important. Sexual abuse happens more often than people realize but most kids don’t learn about it until after it happens. This book will help give them the language to understand what sexual abuse is and start the conversation around owning their bodies and trusting their instincts.

Evelyn Yang is a mom to two boys and an advocate for families. She is passionate about justice, neurodiversity, and food. Her platform and advocacy work have been an unexpected blessing after her husband ran for President. She still actively works on overcoming her own fears in order to use her experiences to help other people.

Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
ISBN: 978-1-951253-69-1
Printed in the USA

eBook Format: EPUB
eBook ISBN: 978-1-951253-70-7
eBook Compatibility: iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices

64 pages

Copyright 2020
Designed in Portland, Oregon

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Heather G.

While continually grappling with my own history of sexual abuse, having this conversation still hasn't lost its' sting. But, I'm very aware that the risks of my own children being victims of sexual abuse decrease significantly if I can educate and provide them with the awareness of what their body parts are named and name sexual abuse and define it for them. This book...is powerful in what it provides. It is a decrease in statistics. It is empowerment and advocacy. I'm grateful immensely and very singularly for this one in particular. THANK YOU!

Maureen L.

A Kids Book About Sexual Abuse

A book every child needs to read or be read to! A+++

I purchased this book for personal use and now am using it as a resource for all of my clients (I’m a psychologist) and in my doctoral research project as a needed resource in sexual health education for our youth! Author does a wonderful job at addressing a very important and serious topic in a way children can understand without exposing them to anything traumatic in text! A+++

Emily B.
Good start

The start of this book was well-written and informative. It teaches about what is sexual abuse and what to do if your child experiences it or see it happening to someone else. I give it 4 stars because while the book starts off about the child, there was a part in the book where the author wrote about her experiences with a doctor. I know it may seem like it fits the subject, but I thought this was selfish and off-topic.

Brandy R.
Excellent introduction to a tough subject.

I really love how these books tackle tough subjects. We read the books with our 5 and 7 year old girls. A month after reading the book the girls were fighting and one of them said the other touched her butt and wanted to know if it was sexual abuse. I explained that it was not. If not for this book we probably wouldn't have discussed this subject yet. This book was a good introduction to a subject I want my kids to be aware of and feel comfortable asking questions about.

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