Consent and Boundaries Books for Kids and Teens. Bodily Autonomy. Body awareness. Personal space.
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You loved Will Bear Share? and Will Sheep Sleep?, now get to know Ladybug in a hilarious new high-fiving and hugging-themed addition to creator Hilary Leung's animal books!One ladybug.Many friends.One timeless question: Will Ladybug Hug?Meet Ladybug. Ladybug loves to hug!
Deja helps young children recognize their emotions by listening to their bodies
Body awareness is a key foundation of consent.
A lovebird who doesn't like kisses?
An important lesson on consent for over-exuberant little huggers, nestled inside this lighthearted, summery story about expressions of love and friendship.
Meet Doug, an ordinary kid who doesn't like hugs, in this fun and exuberant story which aims to spark discussions about bodily autonomy and consent--from author Carrie Finison and the #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator of The World Needs More Purple People, Daniel Wiseman.
A fresh, funny, and timely picture book about a fuzzy chick navigating autonomy and consent. The perfect conversation starter on the topic for young children.
The latest installment in The Mother Company's award-winning MILES series, Miles Is The Boss Of His Body is a fun, engaging way to explore the potentially difficult topic of kids personal safety.
You have the power to protect yourself and others
What does it mean to be safe? Does it mean beating a throw to home plate? Does it mean never taking risks? No Being safe is about feeling secure, feeling protected and being responsive--no matter the environment or situation.
An entertaining picture book that teaches the importance of asking for permission first as a young girl attempts to escape the curious hands that want to touch her hair.
Julie, who is eight or nine, talks about privacy and about saying "no" to touching that makes her uncomfortable.
Teaching young children about body boundaries, both theirs and others, is crucial to a child's growing sense of self, their confidence and how they should expect to be treated by others. A child growing up knowing they have a right to their own personal space, gives that child ownership and choices as to what happens to them and to their body.
The crucial skills taught in this book will help children to protect their bodies from inappropriate touch.
'No Means No ' is a children's picture book about an empowered little girl who has a very strong and clear voice in all issues, especially those relating to her body and personal boundaries. This book can be read to children from 3 to 9 years. It is a springboard for discussions regarding children's choices and their rights.
Inside Out: Your Body is Amazing Inside and Out and Belongs Only to You is an innovative approach to child abuse prevention that is body-positive, affirming, and empowering. Replacing programs that place the burden on prevention on the child, the diverse children in this interactive coloring book teach seven "big" lessons to their peers. With a focus of targeting third and fourth graders, Dr.
In simple, reassuring language, the author explains that a child's body is his or her own; that it is all right for kids to decline a friendly hug or kiss, even from someone they love; and that you can still be friends even if you don't want a hug now.
With clear explanations, fun illustrations, and expertly-presented information, Consent (for Kids!) is an empowering introduction to consent, bodily autonomy, and how to respect yourself and others.
Consent is like being ruler of your own country...population: YOU.
"Consent is not the absence of 'NO', it is an enthusiastic YES "
While seemingly straightforward, Tia and Bryony hadn't considered this subject too seriously until it comes up in conversation with their friends and they realise just how important it is.
What this book is NOT:
The fear-based How-To on sex and consent, oversimplified and focused on technicalities, that represents so much of our sexual education today.
What this book IS:
What exactly is consent? Why does it matter? How can you respect other people’s boundaries, and have them respect yours?
Can We Talk About Consent? breaks down the basics of how to give and get consent in every aspect of life for readers aged 14 years and older. It's a powerful word, but not everyone understands exactly what it means.
The #MeToo movement has changed the way many people view the world, but how well do tweens understand it? Middle-grade readers are ready to learn about consent, harassment, and abuse, as well as healthy boundaries in all their relationships.
According to the World Health Organization, one in three women will be sexually or physically assaulted in her lifetime. These rates are very similar for non-binary people and other feminized people, too. This is rape culture, and young adults are living through it here and now.
"A truly vital and nuanced guide that is as empowering as it is educational."
--School Library Journal (starred review)
A contemporary guide to sex education that answers the most pressing questions teens and young adults have about dating, relationships, consent, and sexual safety.
"A straightforward, accessible guide to help young men navigate sex, relationships, consent, gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual health and more." —USA Today
An all-encompassing guide to help guys navigate sex, relationships, and consent in the post-#MeToo world.
"Accessible and inclusive to all genders, sexualities, and levels of comfort with sexual activity." —Foreword Reviews (starred review)
A quick, easy and important educational illustrated guide to giving and receiving consent in sex, relationships, and other physical contact.
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