A while back you all gave me an excellent list of safety lessons for Jacket. Several of you suggested that I talk to her about sexual abuse prevention (in age appropriate language). I’ve been trying to figure out how to do it without her repeating something back to her mom that might be misinterpreted.
Jacket, her cousins, her mom and probably grandma are coming over again on Sunday (if Jacket had to choose between seeing me or playing with her cousins I’m going to lose so I’m inviting them all). We’ve been having informal story times, so I’m thinking this might be a good opportunity to insert some of the safety lessons. I’m only comfortable doing it with a children’s book that is read out loud with Jacket’s mom.
Book ideas? I’d like to start reserving them in the Brooklyn Library System in the next few days… Thank you ahead of time!
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- mermaidofthesoil said: Do You Have a Secret? by Jennifer Moore-Mallinos is pretty good, age appropriate book to check out: amazon.com/Have-Se…
- oheavenlyday said: awesome idea! here’s one to check out fredthefox.com
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- kristenfromkansas said: my body belongs to me by jill starishevsky. it was written by a new york city sex crimes prosecutor.
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