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Product Details

  • Age Range: 4 and up
  • Grade Level: Preschool and up
  • Paperback: 24 pages
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing; 1st edition (January 13, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1606966030
  • ISBN-13: 978-1606966037
  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 5.7 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,312 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

Review

Having worked with perpetrators of sexual abuse as a Licensed Professional Counselor, I know that even very young children can be and are, victims of sexual abuse. The prevention of sexual abuse begins with early, age-appropriate, and frequent discussions about our bodies and healthy boundaries.

If you want to do all you can to protect your children from abuse, this book is a great place to start. "Some Parts" offers a friendly, nonchalant way to discuss this most important topic with even very young children.

Allison Rimland, LPC

My two year old loves this book and we love it too!

We were aware that we needed an age appropriate book to begin talking about our bodies having private areas and saying no if necessary without scaring him and since he is so little he just loves the fish and crab illustrated and practically has the whole book memorized at this point.


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This friendly book is a perfect way to introduce the idea of "private parts" and inappropriate touch. I started reading it to my son before his second birthday. It's on the bookshelf with his other books, and we read it once a week or so. He likes the illustrations and especially likes to point out the baby fish and either the mommy fish or daddy fish. The book has helped me talk about this subject in a casual, comfortable way--not like I'm having some important conversation with my 2-year-old but just reinforcing the ideas with a sentence or two during bath time.
Carolyn Purcell
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"The author is right about how everyone has a body, because even dogs or fish have bodies. I think what they are telling us is that any part a swimsuit covers - that is what you should not show someone. I think it is a good book to read because it tells you how people are not supposed to show and touch special parts of your body. And it is right; some parts are not for sharing. The reason I didn't rate it a 5 was because it didn't say anything about doctors seeing your privates or parents seeing your privates. Sometimes they need to check to see if something is wrong." Emma, Age 7

From the Author

I wrote this book after hearing children recount child abuse stories that happened to them when they were young.  I was a middle school counselor for years my students were 11-14 years old.  The abuse they were recounting happened usually from 2-8 years old.  I wrote Some Parts are NOT for Sharing on the level of an infant to an 8-year-old.  This book will frighten no one.  People write awful reviews and say, "This book does not say anything!"  This is the point; this book is the tip of the iceberg it is not the entire iceberg.  If it were it would not be for small children.  The point of this book is to educate your children about child abuse before some other "loving family member" does.  Most children are not harmed by strangers.  In all of my years of counseling not one child reported that they were harmed by a stranger.  Mom's boyfriend was the biggest perpetrator followed closely by stepfather.  Knowledge is power please, please, protect your children.  To read the book before you buy it visit juliefederico.com

More About the Author

The friendly fish from Some Parts are Not for Sharing are back in Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT. This book describes domestic violence to young children and offers hope. Children are taught healthy ways to get anger out of their bodies and what to do when they witness adults getting anger out of their body in an unhealthy way. Julie has again taken a complex social problem and broken it down into the language of children.

Julie Federico is a former middle school counselor. She holds a bachelor's degree in social work and a master's degree in counseling and educational psychology from Indiana University. Her first book Some Parts Are Not for Sharing is a child's first book on body safety.
Far too many children are living in homes where there is domestic violence. Julie Federico's book "Anger Is Okay, Violence Is NOT" contains a lesson that all children should learn. We all feel anger, but that there are healthy ways to let the anger out. Hurting people when you are angry and domestic violence is not okay. I highly recommend this book to parents, teachers, and mental health workers and agencies.
Julie is available for speaking engagements. Contact: juliefederico@gmail.com
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Customer Reviews

Very short book, cost too much for the lack of quality.
Evelyn
This book can be used to introduce and reinforce the very important concept of body safety to children.
Amazon Customer
I liked this book and feel that it covered a sensitive topic in a clear, non confrontational way.
Gina L. Parker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Carolyn Purcell on January 13, 2009
Format: Paperback
This small, friendly book is a perfect way to introduce the idea of "private parts" and inappropriate touch. I started reading it to my son before his second birthday. It's on the bookshelf with his other books, and we read it once a week or so. He likes the illustrations and especially likes to point out the baby fish and either the mommy fish or daddy fish. The book has helped me talk about this subject in a casual, comfortable way--not like I'm having some important conversation with my 2-year-old but just reinforcing the ideas with a sentence or two during bath time, etc. It lays the groundwork for more conversations to come.

For those who haven't seen the book and are wondering how the ideas are presented, there is nothing anatomical or menacing about the text or illustrations (they're fish!). The message is simple: some parts are meant to be private (the areas covered by a bathing suit), and if someone tries to touch you there you should tell a trusted adult. It really is appropriate for toddlers and up.

Also, the author came to speak to our Mothers & More chapter and stressed the importance of introducing this idea at a very young age. As a school counselor, Julie sees the effects of sexual abuse and knows that without this kind of coaching at a young age, many victims will not tell an adult that something has happened. Thank you, Julie, for giving all of us a tool to start this process of protecting our children.

Carolyn Purcell
Chapter Leader
Mothers & More Central Denver
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Allison Rimland on January 15, 2009
Format: Paperback
Having worked with perpetrators of sexual abuse as a Licensed Professional Counselor, I know that even very young children can be and are, victims of sexual abuse. The prevention of sexual abuse begins with early, age-appropriate, and frequent discussions about our bodies and healthy boundaries.

If you want to do all you can to protect your children from abuse, this book is a great place to start. "Some Parts" offers a friendly, nonchalant way to discuss this most important topic with even very young children. The book gives you both the language and opportunity to grab the daily teachable moments to show kids how to be proud of and safe with their bodies.

Moreover, the book helps tentative parents to get over their own anxieties about having what may seem to some as a scary conversation. There's nothing scary about this book - for parents or kids. But, what a difference an educated mind can make!

Allison Rimland, Licensed Professional Counselor
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Denver, CO
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 14, 2009
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"The author is right about how everyone has a body, because even dogs or fish have bodies. I think what they are telling us is that any part a swimsuit covers - that is what you should not show someone. I think it is a good book to read because it tells you how people are not supposed to show and touch special parts of your body. And it is right; some parts are not for sharing. The reason I didn't rate it a 5 was because it didn't say anything about doctors seeing your privates or parents seeing your privates. Sometimes they need to check to see if something is wrong." Emma, Age 7
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42 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 12, 2010
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I am baffled by all the positive reviews of this book. It is NINE SENTENCES LONG. And the book is TINY. It's worth maybe $2. And it has no depth to it at all, it just says that no one should touch you where your swimsuit covers, and if they do, say no and tell someone. The end. Total waste of $7.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. B on May 4, 2010
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I am an elementary school counselor and I purchased this book thinking it would be appropriate to teach our first graders about keeping their private parts to themselves. It's way to young for school age kids, and was even to basic and simple for my 2 year old niece. I liked "Your Body Belongs to You" much better.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Regan Thibodeau on November 23, 2009
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My 3 1/2 year old son immediately caught on and enjoyed this book. I bought this along with "The right touch" and his reaction to that was different- he began to create more stories to try to fit in the concepts from that book which may have been too "graphic" in a sense. Some Parts are not For Sharing was definitely pleasant even though the topic is very scary. My son got the point without associating the whys to a negative idea.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Melissa on April 26, 2011
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This book is a great little simply put lesson, which aided my daughter a better understanding on what "parts" should be kept private, without getting into abuse, which other books have. She is too little to understand abuse and quite frankly, I dont want to scare her yet... I recommend this book when you can see that your child is getting a little curious.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Desiree Durbin on March 23, 2011
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I thought this book was a joke. There is no information about private parts other than they are what swim suits cover. This book was read to my three year old and she was more confused after it than before.
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