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These stories are intended to support you as you create your own special moments of connection with your child/children. One of the greatest gifts you can give your children is a healthy self esteem. Children who feel valued and who trust themselves and the adults that care for them, have the tools to develop healthy self esteem and resilience. As a parent or carer, you can help your child/children to feel valued by spending time with them, playing games, reading books or just listening to them.

The Safer Communities For Children approach is all about sharing stories that can be used to start important conversations with children about safety. Each of the six available stories has important messages for our children about how they can think and talk about safety with trusted grown ups.

The stories also help adults to understand what makes children feel safe and unsafe. Within the stories you will find questions that may help children to share their feelings with you. There are also links to activities you can use to continue these important conversations.

We hope these books provide you with another special opportunity to connect with the children you care for and that in that connection, you recognise how important you are in their lives and the positive impact you can have in keeping them safe.

Read the stories online with these easy flipbooks


Sample Feelings Cards

Extra Resources

Other NAPCAN parent resources

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NAPCAN acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters across Australia, on which this program will be held. We also pay our respects to their Elders both past and present. We acknowledge that the injustices of the past contribute to the suffering that continues to be felt in our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities today. NAPCAN values the cultural wisdom held by our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and is committed to listening and learning from them so that we are able to work in partnership to protect and nurture families and children.