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Fred the Fox

Fred the Fox Shouts “NO!” is an adult’s guide to speaking to children about sexual abuse prevention. Written by practicing licensed professional counselor Tatiana Matthews, Fred the Fox helps parents and caregivers introduce the concepts of “private parts” and safety with people we know.

Through open communication with the people that love him most, Fred learns he has a strong voice inside and how to use it. With the help of illustrations by Allison Fears, Fred the Fox helps children learn how to recognize and avoid sexual abuse.

The sad truth is that 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused at some point in childhood – many by someone they know. Help protect your children by teaching them what to do.

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About the Author

Tatiana Matthews

In practice since 1998, Tatiana Matthews is a licensed professional counselor with clinical experience treating adults and adolescents in the wealthiest county of Georgia. Despite the economic advantage of this community, the pattern of victims knowing their offenders and the majority of victims never reporting the abuse remained true.

Through this experience, Tatiana identified the need to increase parent and child dialogue about sexual abuse prevention. Tatiana resides in Dunwoody, GA with her husband, Jim, their two children, Maximus and Luna, and their two Chesapeake Bay retrievers, Beacon and Bay.

About the Illustrator

Allison Fears is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill who worked for many years in the advertising industry. She left her demanding career in 2006 to take on the even more demanding career of motherhood.

A lifelong, self-proclaimed “doodler,” Allison had frequently daydreamed about illustrating a children’s book of her own. When approached with the storyline for Fred the Fox, Allison’s creativity was sparked by her passion for her own children’s safety and the safety of all children. Allison resides in Dunwoody, GA with her husband, Taylor, their two children, Carter and Elli, and their dog, Bennet.

Recommended Resources

National Children's Advocacy Center

Prevent Child Abuse

National Sex Offender Public Website

Darkness to Light: End Child Sexual Abuse

Family Watchdog: Important Safety Information

US Department of Justice: Project Safe Childhood

Georgia Center for Child Advocacy: Helping Children Heal

Boy Scouts of America: Youth Protection

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