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If You Touch, I'll Tell
by Dr. Shamina Aubuchon View author's profile page

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IF YOU TOUCH, I'LL TELL is more than just a book! It's an alarm system for children!  Teaches children to use their voice power to deactivate predators.  www.ifyoutouchilltell.com


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IF YOU TOUCH, I'LL TELL is more than just a book! It's an alarm system for children!

For those ready to introduce the topic of inappropriate touching to their child, this book is the perfect interactive companion. This simple, rhyming poem with vibrant illustrations and posters, teaches children how to protect themselves from inappropriate touching. It also introduces children to the concept of voice power. This book encourages children to speak up. With this book, parents and children can have an important discussion on staying safe and deactivating predators. 

This book serves a similar purpose to the security alert symbol outside your home, warning thieves to stay away. Every book comes with five paper badges that your child can wear daily, as a warning to predators that they have voice power and will use it! This book includes a short note to trusted adults on who predators are, where they lurk, and tips that can help protect your child from inappropriate touching.
 
Preventing a child from being abused is one of the most important things trusted adults can do. "Prevention is better than cure," especially in the case of sexual abuse.

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About the author


Dr. Shamina Aubuchon holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences, with a focus in Immunology, from Eastern Virginia Medical School. She did her postdoctoral fellowship at the David Geffen School of Medicine, at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has several scientific publications on the immunology of Type one diabetes, even receiving a publication spotlight in the JDRF's nPOD magazine in 2011. Dr. Aubuchon is a survivor of child sexual abuse and an advocate for children in those horrific and traumatizing situations. She knew it was her purpose to write this book but suppressed the calling within her. Dr. Aubuchon was born in the Commonwealth of Dominica and resides in Virginia with her husband and two children.
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Book details

Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Subgenre:Abuse / Child Abuse

Language:English

Series title:If You Touch, I'll Tell

Series Number:1

Pages:50

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9798985719703


Overview



IF YOU TOUCH, I'LL TELL is more than just a book! It's an alarm system for children!  Teaches children to use their voice power to deactivate predators.  www.ifyoutouchilltell.com


Read more

Description


IF YOU TOUCH, I'LL TELL is more than just a book! It's an alarm system for children!

For those ready to introduce the topic of inappropriate touching to their child, this book is the perfect interactive companion. This simple, rhyming poem with vibrant illustrations and posters, teaches children how to protect themselves from inappropriate touching. It also introduces children to the concept of voice power. This book encourages children to speak up. With this book, parents and children can have an important discussion on staying safe and deactivating predators. 

This book serves a similar purpose to the security alert symbol outside your home, warning thieves to stay away. Every book comes with five paper badges that your child can wear daily, as a warning to predators that they have voice power and will use it! This book includes a short note to trusted adults on who predators are, where they lurk, and tips that can help protect your child from inappropriate touching.
 
Preventing a child from being abused is one of the most important things trusted adults can do. "Prevention is better than cure," especially in the case of sexual abuse.

Read more

About the author


Dr. Shamina Aubuchon holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences, with a focus in Immunology, from Eastern Virginia Medical School. She did her postdoctoral fellowship at the David Geffen School of Medicine, at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has several scientific publications on the immunology of Type one diabetes, even receiving a publication spotlight in the JDRF's nPOD magazine in 2011. Dr. Aubuchon is a survivor of child sexual abuse and an advocate for children in those horrific and traumatizing situations. She knew it was her purpose to write this book but suppressed the calling within her. Dr. Aubuchon was born in the Commonwealth of Dominica and resides in Virginia with her husband and two children.
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