Should Children’s Books on Personal Body Safety be allowed in Classrooms on Bookshelves?

Should Children’s Books on Personal Body Safety be allowed in Classrooms on Bookshelves?

Reminiscing back to your 4 or 5-year-old days in school story time was more than likely one of your favorite times of the day. Your Teacher made an announcement for students to come to the carpet. You make your way there anxiously awaiting to see what would be the story of the day. Your Teacher tenderly reminds you as well as others to sit Criss Cross applesauce as the story begins. Continue reading “Should Children’s Books on Personal Body Safety be allowed in Classrooms on Bookshelves?”

Three sexually abused Women SURVIVORS that changed the Educational system for the better!

Three sexually abused Women SURVIVORS that changed the Educational system for the better!

What do you get when you have 3 courageous women + 3 powerful stories? The results = countless children’s lives changed!

You have these three different women from three different walks of life. Jenna Quinn, Erin Merryn and Lauren Book.However they all have one thing in common. Unfortunately they were sexually abused but refused to be victims but instead CHOSE to be victors and CHOSE to turn their pain into purpose. Their stories look a little something like this……. Continue reading “Three sexually abused Women SURVIVORS that changed the Educational system for the better!”

Child Sexual Abuse is a crime. Is it the Parents or Educators job to Teach Prevention?

Child Sexual Abuse is a crime. Is it the Parents or Educators job to Teach Prevention?

As an Early Childhood Educator and one who genuinely loves children, just the mere thought of an innocent but yet vulnerable child becoming the target of an older individual’s sexual sick and perverse fantasies is enough to make my stomach turn. As I began conversing with Educators on the topic of Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse, I kept hearing a similar but yet alarmingly shocking response that sounded along the lines of this “It’s the parent’s job to do that.” My heart sank deeper than the ocean as I immediately began to think about those children in the foster care system who don’t even have parents. Whose job is it to reach those in the system that are silently being violated behind closed doors? Continue reading “Child Sexual Abuse is a crime. Is it the Parents or Educators job to Teach Prevention?”

Senator Lauren Book Q and A Interview conducted by Daisy Copelin

Senator Lauren Book Q and A Interview conducted by Daisy Copelin

Lauren Book is an Educator, Child Advocate,Wife, Mother and Author of It’s okay to tell and Laurens Kingdom. A memoir and a children’s book geared toward child sexual abuse prevention. Alongside her being an amazing and courageous individual she is one of the 42 million survivors of child sexual abuse in the United States. If this wasn’t enough Lauren is president and founder of an organization out in Florida called Lauren’s Kids. Her organization’s mission is to educate adults and children about sexual abuse prevention through in-school curricula, awareness campaigns and speaking engagements around the country and the world.

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