Share Some Secrets is a picture book with audio that encourages children to share their troublesome secrets encouraging them to speak out without fear, by giving praise. The story help children to identify the difference between good and troublesome secrets. A brilliant way to help educate and protect children.
Christina Gabbitas is a children’s author, poet and voice artist whose publications teach children about the world around them. The Share Some Secrets book has been made into a free online animation resource after Christina worked with students from Sheffield Hallam University.
Karen Childs – Head of Knowledge and Information NSPCC: Source www.sharesomesecrets.com
Helping to provide parents, carers,teachers and everyone with a role in protecting children with advice on how to talk to them about staying safe is something that sits at the very heart of the NSPCC’s mission
Christina’s book, which is available for reference in the NSPCC library, reinforces the essential behaviour that we so encourage children to learn. We wish Christina all the best with this great resource.
David Niven – Chair Bradford Safeguarding Board & Ambassador for the Global Institute of Social Work
Share Some Secrets is an excellent way to help safeguard younger children without worrying then over dramatising the risks. there are too few resources in the wider market. This initiative has to be applauded and maintained.
Angela Wimbush – Deputy Headteacher Wakefield School www.sharesomesecrets.com
Share Some Secrets is an excellent book and I am sure it will help children understand which secrets they should and shouldn’t keep. I love the way you have written it in rhyme too making the message memorable. It is not easy finding good resources to help with safeguarding issues.
Ann Marie Christian – International Child Protection Safeguarding Consultant Source: www.sharesomesecrets.com
The author has a great website with relevant resources to encourage discussion with children. I strongly recommend this book to both schools and families.