Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.: A Simple Plan to Protect Young Minds
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Parents don’t need to wonder what to say--simply read Good Pictures Bad Pictures to your child and move forward with confidence! Featuring easy-to-understand science and simple analogies, this internationally-acclaimed book engages young kids to porn-proof their own brains. Good Pictures Bad Pictures is a story about a mum and dad who teach their child what pornography is, why it’s dangerous, and how to reject it. She and her husband work hard to teach their own eight children to use technology in smart and safe ways. Josh McDowell, Josh McDowell Ministries"Earlier is definitely better when it comes to arming children against pornography.
Summary: Good Pictures Bad Pictures is a comfortable, read-aloud story about a mom and dad who teach their child what pornography is, why it’s dangerous, and how to reject it.
I wish we lived in a world where we didn’t have to worry that our kids could accidentally or innocently be exposed to harmful images. I found that my older kids were happy to sit and listen to me read this to the younger kids and were quick to ask their own questions or offer input.
These books, while lacking in any spiritual aspect, do an excellent job of introducing this topic in an age-appropriate way. The actions we take from this moment forward, will make a big difference in their lives and to help them overcome struggles and/or traumas that pornography can cause!Evan MacDonald is a designer and director with over 10 years of experience working with brands large and small including Nike, Gatorade, NBC Universal Studios, Panasonic, Microsoft, and many others.
GOOD PICTURES, BAD PICTURES JR – Porn-proof the minds of children 3 to 6-years old with this outstanding teaching by Kristen A. As a grandfather, father and pastor, I can think of no better gift for a child than the ability to reject pornography. A very easy-to-understand nonfiction picture book for parents to use in teaching children about what to do if they see a "bad picture.
This could be a good conversation starter to elaborate on what feels inspiring verses what feels yucky. I love-love-LOVE that you are bravely bringing this information and attention to students (and parents). If you purchased a Classroom plan, you can share it with up to 40 students of a previously organized class or coop. Certainly we aren’t done talking or helping our children understand the world around them, but I am grateful for this book and it’s contribution to our family discussions. I asked the kids I read it to (ages 3-10) if they found it helpful and they all gave it their endorsement.
Excellent for sharing with young children and helping to start and continue the conversation about pornography in an age appropriate and responsible way that still teaches about the body in a healthy way. Totally appropriate and accessible to preschoolers while also giving them the knowledge and tools to handle the inappropriate pictures that they will certainly come across. For every parent who wants to protect their children, but knows it's futile to quarantine them, Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.This is a great introduction to the topic for young children, and should be followed up with the older Good Pictures Bad Pictures once kids are a little older. Brain Defense is designed to teach students healthy tech habits, and to engage teachers, school counselors, religious leaders and parents in supportive discussions. Good Pictures Bad Pictures is a read-aloud story about a mom and dad who explain what pornography is, why it’s dangerous, and how to reject it. For example, if you purchased a Family plan, you can only share it in an online meeting with members of your household. I very much want this topic to be an open discussion with my children as that seems the best way to help them.