Help Keep Kids Safe Online and Off
- What: Good Pictures, Bad Pictures Jr
- When: Three to six years
- Why: Educational, age appropriate
- Where: Amazon
Do you have young kids in your house? Do you have internet access? Ever wondered when you should start protecting your kids from images on the internet? If you want to keep your kids safe, don’t hesitate to get a copy of Good Pictures, Bad Pictures, Jr by Kristen A. Jenson.
This picture book discusses the difference between good pictures and pornography. It arms both kids and parents with concrete, simple steps to keep kids safe. Explained in terms kids can readily understand, this book helps empower kids to avoid unsafe images no matter where they find them. Aimed at kids ages three to six, parents can read this with their children and answer any questions that arise. To keep kids interested, the pages also include hidden images of cameras tucked inside the pages. Kids can keep a sharp eye out to spot all nineteen hidden cameras.
The book also offers resources for parents to address the issues with each other and their children. The resources section in the back of the book provides tons of information just for grown ups, from how to respond when your child reports seeing a bad picture to how to help them forget the images they’ve seen.
If you want to make sure your child stays safe in a world where it’s easier than ever to access inappropriate material, start with Good Pictures, Bad Pictures, Jr.