Sara Sue Learns To Yell & Tell
No Greater Joy Ministries
An award winning author steps into troubled waters writing books for children instructing them how to respond if a sexual predator makes an advance. The predator can be another child, a family friend, an older sibling, a sports coach, a church leader, or another relative. Yell and Tell is the first in the series of books addressing the subject of children dealing with sexual predators in a mature way. Yell and Tell is written in a musical rhyme and rhythm that children love. They will also be more inclined to remember what they read by this type of writing. It is told in a simple story telling manner introducing a delightful young boy named Samuel to lead the way. Children as young as four years old through pre-teens will find the story captivating, as well as instructional. Four times, young Samuel is discreetly challenged by his mother to consider how he should respond if he were faced with situations concerning sexual advances. Each time Samuel thinks his way through and responds by assuring his mother he will always yell and tell. Giving a child this simple knowledge is arming them with wisdom to always yell and always tell. This is a priceless tool for parents as they seek to protect their children from those who seek them harm. I was prompted to write this book after receiving an alarming number of letters and emails asking for advice about children that have been molested in some manner. I wanted to write it in a way that children will enjoy reading and fully understand the concept of yelling and telling when approached in an inappropriate way. The book will be available through No Greater Joy Ministries www.nogreaterjoy.org on October 8, 2010.