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Kidpower Safety Comics: An Introduction to "People Safety" for Younger Children Ages 3-10 and Their Adults (Anglais) Broché – 4 septembre 2012

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"This is a book I wish I had had for my kids when they were young!" says author Irene van der Zande. Irene has been featured as a child safety expert by USA Today, CNN, and The Wall Street Journal. She is also the author of "Bullying: What Adults Need to Know and Do to Keep Kids Safe"; of "The Kidpower Book for Caring Adults: Personal Safety, Self-Protection, Confidence, and Advocacy for Young People"; and of the "Kidpower Older Kids Safety Comics: An Introduction to "People Safety" for Older Children Ages 9-13 and Their Adults." In addition, Irene is the founder of, a non-profit organization that has helped to protect over two million people of all ages and abilities from bullying, sexual abuse, abduction, and other violence since 1989 through providing workshops, consultation, and educational resources.

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Age-appropriate tool with important safety skills kids enjoy practicing 25 septembre 2012
Par Mom4Good - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I have watched even very young children use the skills in this book to stop problems from growing. The Kidpower Trash Can is a big favorite. It gives kids a tool for protecting their feelings when others are saying mean things. The clear stranger safety and 'safety plan for being lost in the store' information has made vacations and trips a lot easier for our family.
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Required Reading For All Children and The Parents Who Love Them! 25 septembre 2012
Par Rebecca Wolf - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I use the KidPower books with my preschoolers and my own children because the books convey important messages and specific strategies on how to be SAFE in this world. As an educator, I really appreciate the authors who have put this series together. I am sure it has saved countless lives already.

My students love learning various "KidPower" strategies to use when they are feeling angry, afraid, etc. In my preschool class, we read a page or two at a time and really tried to use the KidPower strategies and the language with them. Such as, if someone is teasing me, I have "walk away power" or if I want to hit someone I can use my "hands down power". So kid-friendly and really effective at teaching kids how to be aware of themselves and others in safe ways and how to set boundaries if needed.
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New Parent 26 septembre 2012
Par New Parent - Publié sur
Format: Broché
My daughter is only three months old, but we already use language and skills from this book with her all the time! When we have to put her in her car seat or change her diaper, we tell her that we know she doesn't like it, but some things are not a choice, like touch for health and safety! By introducing Kidpower to her at this age and in little bits, we can help build a foundation for the kinds of skills she can use when she faces more complicated or scary situations later in life. I'm so grateful for this book and for Kidpower that I recently gave copies to all the other moms in our mothers group!
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Kidpower should be mandatory for every child 26 septembre 2012
Par Anatta - Publié sur
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Kidpower is a fantastic resource for the safety of young children. These comics contain practical safety skills that can be practiced and utilized. The boundary-setting skills children can learn in Kidpower are unparalleled. Non-threatening, practical, and effective; you cannot go wrong with anything Kidpower!
The "Power" to stay safe! 24 mai 2014
Par So ryu en - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've had this book for a few years now. As a parent and a teacher, it is amazing to me how kids just gravitate to these little lessons in the form of comic strips with pictures. I feel they are really answering important and often confusing questions kids have about what is going on around them when another child or adult is doing or saying things that make them uncomfortable - with the words to say and things to do to help them stay safe and get help. Back when my two-year old desperately wanted to walk in big stores instead of sit in the cart, we read the lost in the store comic and practiced the safety plan steps at home. The next time we were in a big store, we practiced the safety plan again and when it came time to practice getting help from the store checkout person - she looked at me and said, "I want to sit in the cart and practice staying together." She never hassled me about walking vs. going in the cart again. Now that she's older, she happily practices the full way through if I ask her, including getting help from the store clerk - and she is proud and confident. As for the lesson/story about getting out of line if someone is pushing and won't stop even after being asked with a strong boundary (which is part of the comic - that the first tool is to say "stop.") I'm surprised another reviewer thought that getting out of line was 'turning the other cheek' or not empowering. I think staying while someone is pushing would be turning the other cheek and disempowering. And I think getting into a fight in line only gets both kids in trouble or hurt or both - also not empowering or safe. The power to choose to be safe over being inconvenienced is HUGE! Imagine down the road, and remember your own experience of being a young teen: What if you and others you knew truly had the personal power to walk away, to leave situations where you were being bullied, pressured to do something unsafe or illegal, pressured to witness bullying or worse. Imagine if you or your child learns that safety is more important and how to leave and get help while they are younger and only dealing with a pushy person in line rather than something worse. What if kids didn't worry about saving face or being first, but instead had the confidence and self-worth to walk away from a bad situation and get help. I consider that ability to take positive action that ends an escalating situation truly powerful and admirable for any child or adult.
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