Many schools, law enforcement and social service agencies are teaching children how to be safe when out of their parent’s supervision. For example when children are walking to school, playing outside with friends, or running errands they are vulnerable and are seen as easy prey for predators. By speaking with children in a calm, educational manner about sexual abuse, parents can strengthen their partnership with the school, other parents and professional child-care workers. The building of confidence and abuse-prevention skills as lifelong habits will help children to be their own first line of defense against child sexual predators. This book offers a straightforward story to help parents teach their kids about simple techniques that predators use in order to gain access to children. This is a book every parent should read to their child.