Parents may find these books to be helpful tools for discussing abuse prevention with young children:
- God Made All of Me: A Book to Help Children Protect Their Bodies, Justin
and Lindsey Holcomb
- NO Trespassing—This Is MY Body!, Pattie Fitzgerald
Kidpower’s child sexual abuse prevention page: Kidpower is a nonprofit organization that provides many resources for teaching kids social safety skills, including defending themselves against sexual abuse.
Keep Kids Safe: The Zero Abuse Project offers parents practical tips for protecting their children in a variety of settings.
Stop It Now!, 888-PREVENT: This organization provides general sexual abuse prevention information as well as answers to specific questions. Helpful resources from Stop It Now! include:
- Create a Family Safety Plan
- Can Child Sexual Abuse Also Involve a Child Abusing Another Child? (See also this PDF resource)
5 Steps to Protecting Our Children: Learn how to protect children with these steps mapped out by Darkness to Light, an organization focused on ending child sexual abuse.
Please note: By including links to other websites, HSLDA does not endorse all the information found on those sites.