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Something Happened And I'm Scared To Tell

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In this book, a friendly lion helps a child come to terms with the reality of sexual abuse. The use of an androgynous child should help both males and females to recognize themselves, and the discussion of common feelings related to abuse (such as fear, guilt, and confusion) is valuable.
This book encourages an abused child to talk to someone safe about what happened, explains to the child they are not to blame for the abuse, provides anatomically correct names for body parts, and talks about reasons why an adult might abuse a child.

Category: Trauma
Subcategory: Child & Adolescent
Author: KEHOE, PATRICIA


ISBN: 9780943990286


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