We need a few minutes of your time to improve access to Kidpower resources for families and schools worldwide.
Please take two minutes to help people be safer: go to Amazon and “LIKE” the Kidpower Older and Younger Kids Safety Comics. This will immediately increase their visibility and help introduce them to others.
If you have two more minutes, please give a high rating and write a short review.
Here’s how the skills in our books have helped kids be safe:
Run & Yell: An 11-year-old ran and yelled ‘I need help!’ when a man acted threatening at a car wash.
Make a Safety Plan: A five-year-old got separated from his family in a crowd leaving a stadium. They found him minutes later doing just what they had practiced: standing tall, looking confident, and using his awareness to spot them.
Check First: A preschooler Checked First with her dad when she noticed something and wasn’t sure it was safe. Dad went over and discovered an unconscious man in the tall grass. He got help, everyone was safe, and the girl felt good, not upset.
Giving any of our books as a gift — to a parent, teacher, social worker, grandparent — will also help others build skills to be safe with people everywhere they go.
Here’s books we have on Amazon so far:
Kidpower Older Kids Safety Comics for Ages 9-13 and Their Adults – for children who are becoming more independent
Kidpower Younger Kids Safety Comics for Ages 3-10 and Their Adults – for families where kids are usually with their adults
The Kidpower Book for Caring Adults: Personal Safety, Self-Protection, Advocacy, and Confidence for Young People – a comprehensive handbook that shows how to use the Kidpower program to protect kids from bullying, abuse, kidnapping, and other violence and to empower them with skills for taking charge of their emotional and physical safety.
Bullying: What Adults Need to Know and Do to Keep Kids Safe – used by many schools and organizations for their own anti-bullying programs.
All proceeds support our free on-line Library and the creation of new educational resources.