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The 11th Carnival of Children's Literature Helps to Keep Kids Safe.

Can children’s literature help to keep our kids safe? It sure can and if you are looking for a host of information about children’s literature, the 11th Carnival of Children’s Literature is now live over at Mother Reader. They have kindly included my protective behaviour junior fiction chapter book, Bitss of Caramel Marmalade on Toast, in the current carnival. The entire book is available, chapter by chapter.

The process of helping children (or adults) through books is called bibliotherapy. I appreciate that many parents are terrified of talking about child sexual abuse prevention and a piece of junior fiction may be a non-threatening way to introduce the topic.

Bibliotherapy involves a series of steps to turn the book from a just a read to a learning experience. In Are children books providing them with enough advice? I set out the purpose of using bibliotherapy and the steps you need to climb in the race to protect your child.

Enjoy my book and thanks for helping with child abuse prevention. I’d love to hear your comments about Bitss of Caramel Marmalade on Toast once you’ve read it.

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