“This book should be required reading. Not only is this message great for kids, but it’s also a powerful reminder of how caring adults can help children feel safer.” --Loanna Davis, director of children’s programs, Futures Without Violence
You have the power to protect yourself and others!
What does it mean to be safe? Does it mean beating a throw to home plate? Does it mean never taking risks? No! Being safe is about feeling secure, feeling protected and being responsive—no matter the environment or situation.
You can be safe in so many simple ways. From being aware of your limits to creating healthy boundaries. By not giving in to peer pressure and by standing up to bullies. And by being safe on the Internet, or knowing the right time to get a caring adult’s help.
This addition to the award-winning What Does It Mean to Be...? series is the perfect book to spark meaningful dialogue and ensure every child knows what it means to be safe.