“Congratulations on writing an engaging story with perhaps the most vital of all children's safety messages conveyed in such a warm and delicate way.  You have managed to achieve the challenge of 'preparing without scaring' when tackling these important issues - I'm very impressed!”

About the book

Debra Byrne reads the entire book

Debra Byrne reads the entire book

Some Secrets Should Never Be Kept  is a beautifully illustrated picture book that  sensitively broaches the subject of keeping our children safe from sexual interference.

This book was written as a tool to help parents, caregivers and teachers broach the subject with children in a non-threatening way.

Read the sample pages.

1 in 5 girls and 1 in 12 boys will be
sexually abused before they turn 18.
We teach road safety. We teach water safety.
Teach Body Safety NOW!



Now a prescribed text in the Qld Education Department's Daniel Morcombe Child Safety Curriculum.


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