"Sensitive and positive approach to teaching young children how to resist uncomfortable touches by helping them understand a range of touching and the concepts of autonomy and privacy." -- Judith Rovenger, Sesame Street Parent's Guide, Sept. 1990
"This little book, has been written especially for the preschool child. Material like this can help children to cope with the problem themselves." -- The Reviewing Librarian, Vol. 12 #1 Fall 1986
"We highly recommend it . . . ." -- Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, Vol. 15, Summer 1986
About the Author
Lory Freeman (now Lory Britain) has tackled tough topics in all of her books. "It's MY Body," written when her children were young, was one of the first children's books to cover sexual abuse. Now a director of a respite nursery, Dr. Britain is also the author of "Loving Touches," which discusses positive touching and respect for others' bodies, and the new "My Grandma Died," which explains death and the grieving process to very young children.