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The Safe Child Book: A Commonsense Approach to Protecting Children and Teaching Children to Protect Themselves Paperback – August 28, 1996
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From the Back Cover
It's the most urgent and highly publicized issue facing America's family: how to teach our children to protect themselves in any situation. Based on the author's successful education workshop, which has been in operation since 1969 and has educated more than 50,000 parents and children nationwide, The Safe Child Book gives parents effective and nonthreatening techniques for teaching children how to protect themselves without making them afraid. Written by one of the few nationally recognized authorities on the subject, The Safe Child Book provides a comprehensive educational program covering a wide range of topics that concern parents today, including sexual abuse, abduction, leaving children alone, surfing the Internet, school safety, and choosing a day-care center or baby-sitter.
About the Author
Dr. Kraizer has a Ph.D. in education with a specialization in youth at risk. She is the founder and director of the Coalition for Children, a not-for-profit organization working to prevent child abuse, bullying, and interpersonal violence. She is the author of the Safe Child Program, the Take A Stand Program and many other curricula used in schools, churches, recreation centers, foster care agencies, and homes around the world. She is also the author of The Safe Child Book and 10 Days to a Bully-Proof Child. She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Top customer reviews
The only negative thing I have to say about this book is that the chapter on Internet safety is VERY outdated. I'd love to see an update with discussions about Twitter, Facebook, and Internet use on mobile devices instead of discussions about chat rooms and Compuserv. However, that is only one short chapter and I did not buy this book for advice on Internet safety. Additionally, the general approach to teaching children to be safe is timeless and applies with any situation - including Internet use.