Was privileged to get an early release copy and opportunity to review God Made All of Me: A Book To Help Children Protect Their Bodies by Justin and Lindsey Holcomb.
Here’s how the publisher described this important book:
God Made All of Me is the first children’s book by Rid of My Disgrace authors Justin and Lindsey Holcomb, and its goal is to equip parents to help kids protect their own bodies. It’s a beautifully-illustrated little book with a clear message: your body is designed by God and every part of it is good. It helps parents give their kids language and expectations for appropriate and inappropriate touch and set clear boundaries for how others should treat them. When you read the book yourself, I think you will feel more confident in guiding your kids; when you read it with your kids, you will have already started the important conversation that every family needs to have.
Unfortunately, in the day and age we live in, child abuse is far too common. At times, I think, people with children almost feel paralyzed in addressing this issue with their kids and we certainly don’t like to discuss it with others. But, this children’s book is help to not only model some language for these kinds of courageous conversations but give instruction to your children in this matter. Please consider the importance of this book. You can see why this book is important.
On top of the importance and subject matter found in this book, it comes loaded with incentives when you pre-order: over $100 worth of free, related resources. These include the eBook for Rid of My Disgrace, a Journal of Biblical Counseling article, some catechism albums, and a whole lot more! It would definitely be in your interest to pre-order if you feel drawn to utilize this book.
Recommend this book. Share this post. Point people to the book’s site. Let’s be about the common good of our children by equipping them in this way.