Yell and Tell books are written to save your child. Ninety percent of all child sexual predators are close friends to the family or family members themselves. The only way your child will ever know how to avoid being sexually exploited is that he has been carefully taught how to know "the bad guy" and what to do when he says, "Don't tell."
An award-winning author steps into troubled waters writing books for children instructing them how to respond if a sexual predator makes an advance. The predator can be another child, a family friend, an older sibling, a church leader, or another relative. This is the second in the series of books addressing the subject of children dealing with sexual predators in a mature way. It is written in a musical rhyme and rhythm that children love. They will also be more inclined to remember what they read with this type of writing. Children as young as four through preteens will find the story captivating, as well as instructional. The final three pages are written for moms and dads. Giving a child this simple knowledge is arming them with wisdom to always yell and always tell. This is a priceless tool for parents as they seek to protect their children from those who seek to do them harm.
In 2004, Debi Pearl authored her first book, Created to Be His Help Meet, a book on marriage. Prior to that, she coauthored several books with her husband, Mike. Created has sold over 360,000 copies in English and Spanish and has been published in several other languages. Listen to My Dream, written in December 2009, is Debi's first children's book. Within a month of its release it reached number 1 on Amazon for Children's Educational Books twice. The Vision, Debi's first novel, released in July 2009, reached the Amazon Top 100 five times and the Barnes and Noble Top 100 three times. Preparing to Be a Help Meet was released in April 2010 and became an Amazon Best Seller just thirty-four days later. Samuel Learns to Yell and Tell was the first book in the series.
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