About the Author

Stacey Honowitz

Stacey Honowitz has worked with the Florida State Attorney's Office Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit for 21 years. She appears regularly on CNN, MSNBC, Headline News, FOX News as a Legal Analyst and has been featured on Dateline NBC, CBS News 48 Hours, and Good Morning.

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TV Personality and Florida Prosecutor Stacey Honowitz Assists Parents in Talking with their Children about the Prevention of Sexual Abuse with New Books

My Privates are Private

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This book will put both parents and children at ease when dealing with this delicate, almost taboo subject matter without feeling uncomfortable.(Book Reviews) View details
Genius with a Penis, Don't Touch!

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This book was written specifically with that in mind, and gives parents the opportunity to discuss this subject matter without feeling uncomfortable. View details

As the fastest growing crime in the country, Child Sexual Abuse is a national problem. "My Privates are Private" & "Genius with a Penis: Don't Touch" aim to help parents educate their children in a fun and comfortable way.

Miami, FL (March 2011) - Stacey Honowitz, Assistant Florida State Attorney who specializes in child abuse and sex crimes, is releasing her 2nd book titled, Genius with a Penis: Don't Touch. With its colorful illustrations and rhymes, the book's character, Bobby Boodle helps parents educate their children about their body parts, defines what good and bad touching is and explains what to do if children are touched inappropriately. In 2009 her first hit book, My Privates are Private won acclaim for it's unique story about a little girl named Betsy Boodle, now the second book reaches out to boys through the voice of Bobby Boodle.

Realizing what a problem child sexual abuse is and her belief that children have a voice too, inspired Stacey to advocate against such crimes. The self-published book is a result of this desire to help, and the author says, "finally parents and kids can talk about this difficult subject in a manner which is comfortable for both."

The series empowers children to stand up for themselves if they've been abused. It puts both parents and children at ease when dealing with this delicate subject matter, and give parents the ability to communicate openly with their child about the importance of reporting abuse. The books are available on amazon.com and BarnesAndNoble.com.