who are sexually abused are confused, scared, and
hurt. To make matters worse, once they find the
courage to reveal the abuse, they're often unable
to get adults to believe them - especially if their
abuser is a relative or close friend of the family.
This program helps youngsters understand that it's
wrong to be touched in ways that make them uncomfortable.
They learn how important it is to tell others about
their confusion, fear, and hurt. Todd, a 3rd grader,
learns from his puppet friends that he does not
have to play "special games" and keep
them secret. He also learns that sometimes you have
to tell, and tell, and keep telling until someone