Children

The Right Touch, winner of the Benjamin Franklin Award, by Sandy Kleven, LCSW, illustrated by Jody Bergsma  Talks about appropriate and inappropriate touching and about talking to an adult if someone touches you in a way that makes you uncomfortable.

Some Secrets Hurt: A Story of Healing by Linda Kay Garner, illustrated by D. Brandilyn Speth  Talks about grown-ups not always being kind, even those who might be close to our family or in our family, and the importance of telling an adult if something bad happens so a child can get better.

A Terrible Thing Happened by Margaret M. Holmes, illustrated by Cary Pillo  Talks about a child being affected by seeing something bad and how to deal with it.

Your Body Belongs to You by Cornelia Spelman, illustrated by Teri Weidner  Talks about appropriate and inappropriate touching in simple language, tells children they have the right to say no to others, including adults.