On our film tour of Over 18, a documentary about pornography, we promoted a book called Good Pictures Bad Pictures. Designed for ages 6 to 11, it’s a book that parents can read with their kids to teach them what pornography is, why it’s dangerous, and how to reject it. But here’s the thing – by the end of the book, your child won’t know anything new about sex itself.
We’re excited to announce that a version for preschoolers (kids aged 3-6) is now available! Using gentle, age-appropriate messages and calming illustrations, Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr empowers children with the Turn, Run & Tell plan, a simple 3-step strategy to keep kids safe online.
You can now order the book from Amazon.com (hopefully Amazon.ca will stock it soon as well).
As this article highlights so well, many parents have a false sense of security that keeps them from realizing what their kids are exposed to. If your child has any access to technology or people who do, they’re at risk. So take the first step and prepare your kids. It’s worth it!