The more information kids have about things that are going on in the world, the better decisions they will make.”~ Deborah Ellis
This week, April 10 -16, is the annual celebration of the young child. The purpose of the week is to bring the public’s attention on the needs of young children and it is sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
There is a book that focuses on educating very young children about the appropriateness of sometimes saying NO! Author Julie K. Federico, a counselor with her Master’s degree from Indiana University, shares her book with young children to educate them that “Some Parts are NOT for Sharing.” Julie believes that the early years are the best years for teaching kids about personal boundaries to prevent incidents of child abuse.
This book’s message, endorsed by Kathryn Wells, MD a pediatrician with Denver Health, is conveyed through age-appropriate language and through illustrations of colorful fish. “Some Parts are NOT for Sharing” has been made available in Spanish too!
Parents, April is also National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Practice pro-active parenting by sharing this book with your young child. For more information on this book, geared for children under 4 years of age, please visit www.juliefederico.com. The author is so dedicated to the urgency of educating about child abuse, she shares the book on-line.
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