These are just a few of the reviews Don't Be Scared To Tell has received. We are always excited and encouraged when we receive feed back. Should you want to share a review please feel free to contact us.
“I was very excited to learn about this book. It is such a great, personal way to approach the subject of abuse. The subject is presented in such a thoughtful, caring way which I feel speaks to the heart of the author. The format presents an opportunity for communication between a parent and a child in a real way that a child can understand. Ultimately, this type of communication could assist in safeguarding a child from abuse. “
–Natalia, mother of 3
A wonderful tool for parents. This book addresses a difficult subject in a non threatening manner that is easy for children to understand.
-William Wright LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Love the illustration style you went with! Good luck!
This is a terrific book that will educate your little one in a way your child will surely understand. It not only educates the child; but the parents, educators, and care taker as well. "Don't Be Scared To Tell," will help any adult address this sensitive subject in a manner that is comfortable for both the adult and child. As a mother of four, I would recommend this book to my family and friends who have young children.
Wonderful way for parents to protect their children from predators. Thank you so much for writing this book.
YOUR BOOK IS AWESOME! You probably already knew that though. I think it will be a very helpful tool for parents when it comes to protecting their child. I was definitely intrigued on how it shows the parent to treat the child towards this kind of situation; almost like building a stronger bond between the parent and child. I definitely think the footnotes are helpful. And it really will open the eyes of many parents. One day I'll be sure to use your book as a powerful tool to protect my children. As a victim, I can say you have more than related to the children, especially in making them feel loved and not at fault. Once again, thank you!
I love the idea of exposing this subject for parents to talk about this with their children. I like how it really stated the word NO and to say it loud and clear. I am so happy that you're doing this!