Phillipon’s T-shirt

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About this ebook

Phillipon’s T-shirt A tale that teaches us to love and take care after ourselves. Phillipon is a very happy boy living with his parents in Coconut Island. One day he got a very special gift: a self-esteem t-shirt. In this adventure, Phillipon will teach girls and boys that maltreatment stains this t-shirt, but he’ll also show them that there will always be a grown-up willing to provide the help and protection they need, so their self-esteem t-shirt looks clean and shiny again.

Phillipon’s T-shirt is a simple tale that helps children identify the different types of maltreatment, so they are able to recognize themselves as human beings deserving love, good treatment and respect.

About the author

We are aware that the prevention of child maltreatment and sexual abuse must be carried out hand in hand with all the parties who have an important role in a child’s life.

This permanent support work, especially during early childhood, promotes optimal learning of the four foundations of effective prevention: body care, emotion care, identification of protective adults, and the ability to ask for help.

With aims at creating support material for this endeavor, our team of experts designed Phllipon’s T-shirt, a story tale for children ages 3 to 8 that narrates several types of maltreatment with simplicity. In our experience, the story tale's candor has allowed many girls and boys to disclose similar experiences, and its educational adaptation engraves the tools to stand up against maltreatment in their hearts.

We trust Phillipon will guide Protective Guardians of children and adolescents towards the path of good treatment, love, and respect.

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