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Do You Have A Secret

Author: Jennifer Moore-Mallinos
Publisher: Paw Prints
ISBN: 9781442052659
Size: 19.96 MB
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Discusses the difference between secrets that are fun to keep and those that make people unhappy, and encourages youngsters to confide in their parents or another trusted adult such painful matters as bullying or improper touching.

Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept

Author: Jayneen Sanders
Publisher: UpLoad Publishing Pty Ltd
ISBN: 0646546236
Size: 63.94 MB
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This book was written to provide children with essential skills in self-protection, and to encourage them to always speak up. It is recommended that children be read this story by a parent or caregiver.

Good Secrets Bad Secrets

Author: Deborah J. Monroe
Publisher: LifeRich Publishing
ISBN: 1489703322
Size: 46.73 MB
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Children often keep secrets, but not every secret should be kept. Good Secrets, Bad Secrets shows children the difference between good secrets and bad secrets. Author Deborah Monroe hopes that more children will speak out about any bad secrets they are keeping.

Who Has What

Author: Robie H. Harris
Publisher: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763629316
Size: 40.40 MB
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The trusted, New York Times best-selling author of It's Perfectly Normal presents the first in a charming and reassuring new picture book series for preschoolers that answers questions that many children ask about themselves and their friends in an entertaining and straightforward way.

A Secret Safe To Tell

Author: Naomi Hunter
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780994183804
Size: 10.30 MB
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A book about a child who has an adult friend who makes her feel a bit too special. His touching makes her frightened and confused. It is only when she has the courage to tell someone that her heart begins to heal. This beautifully illustrated book encourages and empowers children to speak up if someone is touching them in away that makes them uncomfortable. Based on personal experience, Hunter's book is a vitally important resource for anyone who has children in their care, including parents, teachers, counsellors, libraries and schools.

Your Body Belongs To You

Author: Cornelia Maude Spelman
Publisher: Albert Whitman and Company
ISBN: 9780807594735
Size: 39.67 MB
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Explains what to say and do if someone touches your body when you do not want to be touched, especially when the action involves the touching of private parts.

Some Parts Are Not For Sharing

Author: Julie K. Federico
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1606966030
Size: 44.83 MB
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Fish helps young readers know which parts of their bodies they can share with others and which parts they should not share with others.

Have You Got A Secret

Author: Jennifer Moore-Mallinos
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781908177094
Size: 56.64 MB
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Every child has secrets, and many secrets are fun to keep. But sometimes, children have secrets that make them feel bad. This book helps children to distinguish between good and bad secrets and recognise that some secrets are best shared with parents, or with a trusted older person.

We Need To Talk About Kevin

Author: Lionel Shriver
Publisher: Counterpoint Press
ISBN: 9781582438870
Size: 47.42 MB
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That neither nature nor nurture bears exclusive responsibility for a child's character is self-evident. But generalizations about genes are likely to provide cold comfort if it's your own child who just opened fire on his feellow algebra students and whose class photograph—with its unseemly grin—is shown on the evening news coast-to-coast. If the question of who's to blame for teenage atrocity intrigues news-watching voyeurs, it tortures our narrator, Eva Khatchadourian. Two years before the opening of the novel, her son, Kevin, murdered seven of his fellow high school students, a cafeteria worker, and the much-beloved teacher who had tried to befriend him. Because his sixteenth birthday arrived two days after the killings, he received a lenient sentence and is currently in a prison for young offenders in upstate New York. In relating the story of Kevin's upbringing, Eva addresses her estranged husband, Frank, through a series of startingly direct letters. Fearing that her own shortcomings may have shaped what her son became, she confesses to a deep, long-standing ambivalence about both motherhood in general—and Kevin in particular. How much is her fault? We Need To Talk About Kevin offers no at explanations for why so many white, well-to-do adolescents—whether in Pearl, Paducah, Springfield, or Littleton—have gone nihilistically off the rails while growing up in the most prosperous country in history. Instead, Lionel Shriver tells a compelling, absorbing, and resonant story with an explosive, haunting ending. She considers motherhood, marriage, family, career—while framing these horrifying tableaus of teenage carnage as metaphors for the larger tragedy of a country where everything works, nobody starves, and anything can be bought but a sense of purpose.

I Remember

Author: Jennifer Moore-Mallinos
Publisher: Barrons Juveniles
ISBN: 9780764132742
Size: 24.29 MB
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A simple explanation of the natural process of living, growing, and dying reassures youngsters facing the death of a beloved pet and the feelings that arise when this occurs.