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Recognizing Child Molesters and Protecting Children Topic of "Out of Harm's Way"
How can parents shield a child from sexual exploitation? How can they and other adults recognize when a child is being sexually abused? "Out of Harm's Way: A Parent's Guide to Protecting Young Children from Sexual Abuse" provides this badly needed information without scare tactics.
This straightforward new guide by University of Colorado professor Sandy K. Wurtele explains that most predators aren't strangers. Extensively field tested prior to publication, "Out of Harm's Way" draws praise from parents and professionals who cite its importance in identifying how children are groomed by predators, in spelling out what parents can do to protect children and in avoiding jargon.
Published by Parenting Press, (800) 992-6657, www.parentingpress.com, and available from Ingram and other major wholesalers as well as the publisher. ISBN: 978-1-884734-97-7, paperback, 32 pages, $9.95. For more information see www.parentingpress.com/media/harm.html or www.sandywurtele.com.