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Recommended Reading:

"Childhood: It Should Not Hurt!"

Childhood cover

By Dr. Claire R. Reeves

Recommended by The American Bar Association, "Childhood: It Should Not Hurt!" covers the disturbing issues of incest and child sexual abuse, the greatest hidden epidemic in America. Readers get information about recognizing the signs and symptoms and what to do if they learn their child has been sexually abused. The quagmire of the judicial system is outlined in simple and thorough detail and includes solid systematic advice. Childhood: It Should Not Hurt! offers valuable advice and insight to adult survivors of sexual abuse that will help them reclaim their lives, and it serves as a thorough resource for parents, legal, law enforcement, medical, social work, psychological professionals, and all adults who are concerned about the health and safety of our children.

"Under My Roof"

Under My Roof

By Emalou King

This e-book is a memoir of Emalou King's personal experience of young love that turns to deceit, heartbreak . . . and ultimately, triumph. Her story is experienced from a MOTHER'S perspective of a terrible crime perpetrated in her own home.
Replete with unrecognized clues: a controlling and manipulating spouse, alcoholism and isolation from family and friends, to name just a few, this riveting story is both an eye-opener and educational. Conversational in style, this book is a page-turner that, once begun, you'll find difficult to put down -- or ever forget!

"From Sorrows to Sapphires"

Sorrows to Sapphires

By Angela Williams

"From Sorrows To Sapphires" by Angela Williams is a true story that unleashes the secrets of incest. She takes you on a heart-wrenching journey through a child's life of horrendous sexual, physical, and emotional abuse to the life of a survivor. After a 20-year journey of recovery and healing, she has claimed victor through the power of God. The raw honesty of this autobiographical account reveals days, weeks, months and years of innocence that were stolen from a powerless child. For those immune to the horrors of such abuse, Angela Williams' courageous disclosures will fill you with compassion for the children who are violated daily and who have no advocate-no voice. You can help give them that voice.

"Terrible Things Happened To Me"

Terrible Things Happened to Me

By Tom Scales

Watch the destruction of a young boy's innocence and hear his pain at being powerless. Learn the events of childhood that leave him without tears, without feelings and deeply fearful of friendly or intimate relationships. See the intervention of God in his life and his transitions from victim to survivor and from survivor to victor. Appreciate how breaking his silence freed him from the control of predators and gave his life new direction and meaning. See the beauty of Faith as it nurtures the aging adult to a place of healing and subsequently to the path of ministry to other survivors.

Children's Books:

"The D Word"

The D Word

By Julia Cook

When a family goes through a divorce, it can be stressful, confusing and difficult for everyone involved. In an attempt to make sense of the divorce, a child may place blame on him or herself. This book helps parents as well as kids deal with divorce, and it includes a helpful list of “Divorce Survival Tips for Good Parents.”

"Grief is Like a Snowflake"

Grief is Like a Snowflake

By Julia Cook

After the death of his father, Little Tree begins to learn how to cope with his feelings and start the healing process. With the help and support of his family and friends, Little Tree learns to cope by discovering what’s really important in life and that his father’s memory will carry on.

"The Kid Trapper"

The Kid Trapper

By Julia Cook

"The Kid Trapper" is revolutionary in that it not only offers healing for the innocent child, but prevention of this heinous crime against children. Beautifully illustrated in a manner that will educate and not intimidate; The Kid Trapper can be used with a child of any age.

"Soda Pop Head"

Soda Pop Head

By Julia Cook

The purpose of this book is to teach kids how to channel their anger in productive and non-destructive ways. Anger is an emotion that is felt by everyone. Some people experience more anger than others, but we all feel it from time to time. If we can teach children how to recognize and manage their anger, and channel it toward productive or at least acceptable outlets, they will be more successful in life.