The Trap: A Story to Help Teach Children Modesty and Protect Them from Pornography (Hardcover)(edit)
by Karmel H. Newell, Dan Burr (Illustrator)
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If children are old enough to know how to turn on the computer, it's not too early to teach them about the dangers of pornography. This illustrated book is a valuable resource to help parents teach their children about the destructive nature of pornography, the sacredness of our bodies, and the love the Lord has for His children.
About the Authors
Karmel H. Newell received her master’s degree from the University of Utah. She is the author or coauthor of several books for children and families, including Come, Follow Me; The Trap; A Christmas Treasury for Latter-day Saint Families; and I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day. She and her husband, Lloyd D. Newell, are the parents of four children and reside in Alpine, Utah.
Dan Burr earned his bachelor of fine arts degree from Utah State University and a master’s degree in illustration from Syracuse University. He and his wife, Patti, are raising their two children in the Teton Valley of southeast Idaho, a setting that provides great artistic inspiration and fantastic fly fishing. Dan is a well-known illustrator, having been in the business for many years, most recently working as a children’s picture book illustrator. A few of the books Dan has illustrated are The Miracle of the Wooden Shoes; God Bless Your Way; A Christmas Journey; and I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.
by Mary - reviewed on November 07, 2008
This book deals with such a tough topic. I really applaud the author for being able to address it at a child's level. I read this to my 8 and 11 year old boys. I think it's aimed at this age group. It really helped us discuss a topic in a 'safe' environment. I enjoyed the illustrations also.
by Customer - reviewed on September 15, 2009
It is a topic that you know you need to discuss with your children...but how? This book is perfect for a child's level and get's the point across without going into "adult detail" about the topic