Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.

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Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.

A Simple Plan to Protect Young Minds
By Kristen A. Jenson, MA, illustrated by Debbie Fox
Even young children have access to the internet and they deserve to be armed early against its dangers.

Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr. makes it easy for parents to protect young children ages 3-6 with the Turn, Run & Tell plan!

Written by the best-selling author of the original Good Pictures Bad Pictures book, the Jr. version is a comfortable way for parents to empower their young kids with their first internal filter!

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“It’s never too early to start teaching kids healthy media habits! Reading Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr to your young children is a beautiful way to empower them to make safe internet choices.”
Sean Covey

Executive Vice President FranklinCovey Co. and international bestselling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

“Our kids deserve to be warned about the very real dangers of pornography in a simple way they can understand. As a mom of two preschoolers growing up in a digital world, I am thrilled to recommend Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.! We loved the hidden cameras inside!”
Dawn Hawkins

VP and Executive Director, National Center on Sexual Exploitation

Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr. is an excellent tool to help children develop a sense of internal monitoring. And most importantly, it helps lay the foundation for parent child discussions about healthy sexuality and personal safety from a very young age.”
Steven & Rhyll Croshaw

SALifeline Foundation

“We’ve read this to our 3 year old twice in the past year. Each time he paid close attention, was engaged, asked questions and went through the movements of Turn, Run, and Tell enthusiastically. The game of finding the cameras throughout the story serves as something fun for young kids, but also as a way to lighten the atmosphere from a heavier subject so that it’s not all serious.
Andria R.

Amazon review

“As a parent of five grown children and thirteen grandchildren I can highly recommend this book. This book is age appropriate for very young children which can open discussion with their parents. I also appreciate the advice to adults on how to deal with different situations.
Bryon E.

Amazon review

“Finally! A book that gives me the tools and confidence to talk to my preschooler about WHAT to do when she sees “bad pictures,” not just how to avoid them. Reading this book about “bad pictures” won’t encourage your child to go looking for pornography, it will empower them with a system to get to safety when it does happen. Highly recommend!

Amazon review

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