SAPS78 – The Pros and Cons of Siblings Sharing Bedrooms. Is 54 too old to have a baby as Brigitte Neilsen gives birth to baby Frida? & I’m in conversation with Jayneen Sanders author of ‘Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept’

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Show notes:

In this episode we discuss:

The Pros and Cons of Siblings Sharing Bedrooms.

Is 54 too old to have a baby as Brigitte Neilsen gives birth to baby Frida?

Plus ….

I am in conversation with Jayneen Sanders author of ‘Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept’

You can hear the full interview with Jayneen here

 

Connect with Jayneen

Website

Facebook Page: Educate2Empower Publishing (E2E)

Facebook Page: Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept 

Twitter: @JayneenSanders

Twitter: @e2epublishing 

Instagram: @educate2empower


Jayneen’s books on Amazon

Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept: Protect children from unsafe touch by teaching them to always speak up.

‘Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept’ is a beautifully illustrated children’s picture book that sensitively broaches the subject of keeping children safe from inappropriate touch.

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My Body! What I Say Goes!: Teach children body safety, safe/unsafe touch, private parts, secrets/surprises, consent, respect

The crucial skills taught in this book will help children to protect their bodies from inappropriate touch. Children will be empowered to say in a strong and clear voice, “This is my body! What I say goes!”

£6.95 – please click here to order

 


How Big Are Your Worries Little Bear?: A book to help children manage and overcome anxiety, anxious thoughts, stress and fearful situations

Little Bear is a worrier. He worries about everything! But with Mama Bear’s help, he soon learns his worries are not so big after all. Through this engaging and beautifully illustrated story, children will learn that everyday worries and fears can be overcome.

£6.45 – please click here to order


No Means No!: Teaching personal boundaries, consent; empowering children by respecting their choices and right to say ‘no!’

‘No Means No!’ is a children’s picture book about an empowered little girl who has a very strong and clear voice in all issues, especially those relating to her body and personal boundaries. This book can be read to children from 3 to 9 years. It is a springboard for discussions regarding children’s choices and their rights.

£6.45 – please click here to order


No Difference Between Us: Teach children gender equality, respect, choice, self-esteem, empathy, tolerance, and acceptance

Jess and Ben are twins. Jess is a girl and Ben is a boy but in all the BIG ways, there is NO difference between them! Explore with the children in your care the important issues of gender equality and respectful relationships. Combining cheerful illustrations and a simple but effective narrative, this book will help children to understand that, fundamentally, there is no difference between us.

£6.45 – please click here to order


 

Talking About Feelings: A book to assist adults in helping children unpack, understand and manage their feelings and emotions

The aim of this book is to assist adults in helping children unpack, understand and manage their feelings and emotions in an engaging and interactive way. This book can be used by parents, caregivers, teachers and/or health professionals who may have specific concerns about a child, or who simply wish to ‘check in’ to see how their child is fairing, and is an ideal addition to their ‘toolkit’.

£7.95- please click here to order


You, Me and Empathy: Teaching children about empathy, feelings, kindness, compassion, tolerance and recognising bullying behaviours

One of the most important social skills a child can learn is empathy. Being able to understand how another person is feeling and recognizing their needs helps people to connect to one another across race, culture and the diversity that is ever-present and so important to our world.

£6.45– please click here to order


Who Am I? I Am Me!: A book to explore gender equality, gender stereotyping, acceptance and diversity

Frankie loves dress-ups, playing soccer, visiting Grandpa, cooking pancakes, and so much more. Frankie loves what Frankie loves! The choice is always Frankie’s. Allowing your child to do the things they love and simply be themselves is one of the greatest gifts you can provide.

£6.45– please click here to order


Resilience: A book to encourage resilience, persistence and to help children bounce back from challenges and adversity

Meet Emmi! She is resilient, independent and courageous. She always tries her best, and even when the going gets tough, Emmi never gives in.

£6.45– please click here to order

 


Let’s Talk About Body Boundaries, Consent and Respect: Teach children about body ownership, respect, feelings, choices and recognizing bullying behaviors

Teaching young children about body boundaries, both theirs and others, is crucial to a child’s growing sense of self, their confidence and how they should expect to be treated by others.

From £6.47 – please click here to order


Body Safety Education: A parents’ guide to protecting kids from sexual abuse

‘Body Safety Education — A parents’ guide to protecting kids from sexual abuse’ is a step-by-step guide for parents and carers on how to protect children from sexual abuse through personal Body Safety Education.

£6.45– please click here to order

 


Pearl Fairweather Pirate Captain: Teaching children gender equality, respect, respectful relationships, empowerment, diversity, leadership, recognising bullying behaviours and prevention of violence

Captain Pearl Fairweather is a brave, fair and strong pirate captain. She and her diverse crew of twenty-four women sail the seven seas on the good ship, Harmony, looking only for adventure. All is well, until the day Captain Sandy McCross sails into their lives and demands to take over Pearl’s ship!

£6.95– please click here to order

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