Promise Not to Tell?

Good secrets, bad secrets.  Third grade discusses CONFIDENTIALITY after reading
The Secret Olivia Told Me by N. Joy

Awarded the ALA Coretta Scott King Honor, this book uses striking illustrations and poetry to catch the reader’s attention and raise serious questions about secrecy.

Does your child know that he or she can confide in you?  While passwords should be kept secret, some secrets must be shared!

Take time to strengthen the pathways of communication between you and your loved ones so that secrets that should not be kept private can be exposed and even save lives.

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