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No more bad secerts by Daisy Copelin (Book review) #Mustread


No more bad secrets.
By daisy Copelin



To read a book from front cover to back is. What I did when I got this book I knew it was a children's book about personal bodies but wow. This book is so well written as I read through this book I was so proud to read it because one its telling something every kid should know and think about at school age. I love the fact that the author painted a picture of a child a good, innocent, child to see how kids are so proud to be children but someone can change that innocents and it's our duty as parents to always talk to our children and check in with them and make them feel so comfortable that no one can ever take our child's innocents and also check every adult predator and child no one is safe and always check for ques. I'm glad I read this book because I'm always talking about what is a good way to talk to our children about abuse, sex, or inappropriate behavior and this is a good book for parents and children to get a dialogue going and to see if your child really understands all the talks you guys have.

When I read this book to my son which is 8 years old. He really understood it because once we have this talk's all the time but with this book and the visuals he really could understand it. While reading it and going to the end he kept asking why did she tell her parents. And I was very proud that the first thing he said was why didn't she tell. that means I'm doing a great job with the seriousness of this situation at after I read the book all the way through I asked my son to explain to me what he understood and he understood that she was a kid but he didn't understand why she didn't tell. I had to explain to him in that situation the older person or even younger person the person who is doing harm tricks you into feeling like you can't tell and that why I tell you this is a safe place and nothing is never a secret if it makes you feel uncomfortable you tell me right away no matter what. And you no my son has had his run in's with some red flags at school, not himself personally but he has heard inappropriate talking from kids and body gestures in his grade where he is just in passing. And he has come home and told me because he was unsure if that is ok but it did make him feel uncomfortable. Kids in this day and time kids are growing up so fast and think any language or body gesture is ok for a young kid but its not and as parents, we are our kids first teacher and protector. So if your a parent and having a hard time trying to figure out how to start a dialogue with your kids about bad secret this book is a good book to get it going.

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