Some Secrets Hurt tells the story of Maggie, a young victim of sexual abuse who finds the courage to tell. It educates parent and child alike and encourages children to find the strength to tell if they are being victimized. It also gives parents a forum to discuss these sensitive issues with their children and find support and help if needed.
Some Secrets Hurt
includes a guide for parents and suggestions on what to do if your child has been sexually abused.
|Publisher:||Shadow Mountain Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.80(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Because she loves to make a difference, she often writes about difficult subjects such as eating disorders, pornography, bully-ing, self worth, and sexual abuse.
D. Brandilyn Speth was born and raised in eastern Idaho. Her fondest childhood memories are of summers spent on her grandparents' ranch, where she learned responsibility and a love of nature. She attended Ricks College and later moved to Salt Lake City, where she completed a degree in Art and Visual Design at Salt Lake Community College. Brandilyn has worked in many areas in illustration and graphic design, but the role which she considers most enjoyable and rewarding is as the mother of three children.
What People are Saying About This
"A powerful and carefully written book for young victims of abuse. It will help traumatized children take the first big step towards feeling better. The authors have put together an effective therapeutic tool."--(Kevin Hinckley, M.Ed., author of Parenting the Strong-Willed Child)
"Some Secrets Hurt communicates the most crucial areas of understanding for a child who may have experienced abuse. It does it in a sensitive and appropriate way."--(James MacArthur, Ph.D., author of Everyday Parents Raising Great Kids)
"Finally, a book about sexual abuse that is simple, sensitive, and tasteful. This carefully crafted story is sure to help children and parents alike."--(Brad Wilcox, author of Growing Up and Where Do Babies Come From?)