Our world is plagued by drugs. So many individuals and their children suffer from the devastating effects of drugs. In searching for answers, many people have asked, what can we do to help break the stigma attached to the drug culture in society today? How do we talk to children about this problem that is affecting their everyday life in such a negative manner? What questions do we ask?
“When Who Flusters You, What Do You Do?” is a whimsical story embedded with a simple salvation message. The illustrations portray a day in the life of the drug culture and provides a message about what to do in a bad situation. The illustrations address many of the issues related to children and drugs, including stranger danger, calling 911, not taking candy from strangers, don’t do drugs, and of course, the police are your friends and that drugs do actually come in all colors, all shapes, and all size.
Sharing this story with your child or grandchild will help to break the stigma of the drug culture and open the lines of communication to have a conversation with your child about the dangers involved in this drug epidemic and in drug use.
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|Age Range:||7 - 10 Years|
About the Author
Jennifer Lyons is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, whose passion is working with children and their families. She was born and raised in Ashland Ohio, where she currently resides with her husband who is a photographer and writer, her 9-year-old son, their miniature poodle Muffin, snowball the rabbit, and Dash the tiny hamster. Jennifer has a beautiful family of 4 children, and 5 precious grandchildren of which she is most grateful for. Her debut book is “Freedom Frog,”