I Said No! A kid-to-kid guide to keeping your private parts private Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-14 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" This book is a way to begin a difficult conversation with your child regarding their private parts. It addresses what is OK and what is not OK when keeping private parts private. " said.

" Great book with new situations that I never told my son about it. I highly recommended to mothers to read and discuss the open ended questions with your son. Ilustrations are just amazing. I belive it suitable for 3 to 7 years old boys. " said.

" A fantastic book. It was a perfect way to discuss privacy and personal safety with my 6- and 4-year-old daughters. We had fun reading it, and they both left understanding exactly what to do if they ever find themselves in a "red flag" situation. I can't say enough good things about this book. " said.

"Cute, eye-catching illustrations leads you into a difficult conversation. First, I liked how it encourages side conversations between you and your child (certain words your family uses for body parts, people you can trust in your family to help take care of/clean private parts, etc). I was a little confused by the introduction of a "red flag person" and "green flag person" because I feel like it would only confuse kids, but helping them understand the emotions/feelings that are associated with people that don't make them feel safe. The book also offers LOTS of scenarios in which a child should scream, "NO!!" and run and tell an adult (which might be overwhelming the first read-through, but could offer more opportunities for discussion with each read). I also liked how the book addresses instincts, a difficult concept to explain to a toddler but also addressed. Finally, it also explains and gives examples of bribes and threats.
Finally, the book does a great job of using kid-focused language and gives kids many opportunities to practice yelling "NO! and get out of there!!". I hate having these conversations, but do feel like my child is better prepared after reading through it a couple times. A great resource for families.
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" Heavy on the info, but it is great info. I agree with many reviewers who say this book would be best broken up into sections to cover the material. This book focuses on what to do in a situation where an adult or peer tries to look or handle private parts without consent. I wish there was a section in the book that talked about why it is important to be respectful of others' bodies because it usually goes both ways. Overall, a great book and an important read. " said.

" A little wordy for kids, but very accurate and uses language children can understand. " said.

" Covers important information but both the 5 year old and I found it tedious to get through. " said.

" Wow, what an amazing book. It was very well received by my children, and produced some wonderful, thoughtful conversation with them. I highly recommend it! " said.

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