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Its a Family Affair with Children's Author, Julie Federico

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Tonight it is a great pleasure to welcome Children's Author, Ms. Julie Federico M.A. with her award winning children's books; aimed at teaching a child knowledge of their body and also safety in their personal life. It's never to early to begin reading to your children and these vibrantly illustrated books are a terrific resource to engage a child's imagination, catch their attention, and most importantly empower them with the courage to speak up.

Ms. Federico has written a series of children's books, 'Some Parts are not for Sharing'; 'Anger is OK, Violence is Not'; 'Students Can Help Keep Schools Safe';'Bad Guys' and her newest book 'Friends Are Wonderful'. Her books are geared for parents & educators to create interaction with the children/students, which then teaches them at very early ages how to speak up when they see harm being committed against another being. Children are a key role and carry more weight when reporting Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Bullying, and other types of violent crimes. When a child reports their young voice demands attention.

Join in live beginning at 9pm eastern time, with our phone lines & chatroom open for your commentary & questions. You are invited to call us live at 347-215-7754 or connect with our Butterfly Volunteers during the show. This broadcast is a community outreach broadcast production of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. Please visit our website at to find out more about our organization. You can also visit our NEW SECURE WEBSTORE to help provide resources around the world 

These shows are not intended as any form of professional psychiatric or legal advice services. Owner/CEO: Patricia 'Trish' McKnight, Author 'My Justice' provides mentoring/crisis support/keynote speaker/activist/survivor