Product Description My Body’s Mine helps children learn they have the rights to their body. Told through rhyme from a child’s point of view, this book on boundaries empowers a child to say no when others approach him or her in ways that make them uncomfortable. It also gives clear instructions on what to do if they are approached in an unwanted manner. The questions at the end of the book provide an easy transition for counselors and parents to open a discussion, assisting the child in understanding and practicing body boundaries or further exploring if abuse has occurred. Through the use of this book, I have experienced families being able to openly discuss abuse together far the first time. Kayla’s heart far children from hard places is infectious. Her vision far all children to know they are not alone is unfolding in this new book. She is a gifted writer who will continue to create works benefiting children. My Body’s Mine was a missing piece of literature in abuse prevention and I am so thankful to Kayla far writing it! Jessica Kilpatrick, M.A., LPG, STARRY About the Author A native Texan, Kayla lives with her husband and three cats in Austin. Her two married daughters, along with her faith, have been an inspiration in many of her writings. She has been a guest speaker at elementary schools, women’s retreats, writer’s groups, and University of Texas. At the request of teachers and counselors, she has provided stories to broach difficult situations. Her passion is to empower and validate children, helping them know they are not alone in their feelings or circumstance, and ways to deal with it. When she is not writing she loves spending time with family and friends, read, scrapbook, and watch old movies.