Mio, the Brown Bear
by Isabell Müller, Hannah Schmiedel, Noah Willmann, Simon Zerth
“Whenever I see my uncle, he gets really close to me”, Mio the brown bear tells his friend Rami the raven. At Tara’s (Mio’s mom’s) birthday party, he talks to Rami about the bad feeling in his bear belly whenever he sees his uncle Oskar. From Rami, Mio learns to listen to his gut instinct. The next morning, when the bears go fishing together, Oskar touches Mio in a way that he doesn’t want. Mio summons all his courage and fights off his uncle.
The book makes children aware of the subject of sexualized violence. It encourages those affected to set boundaries and to talk to people they trust. Moreover, the book provides practical tasks and exercises and offers important information on the topic for parents, relatives and therapists.
• children of elementary school age
(between 6 and 12) who have
experienced sexualized violence
• their relatives and acquaintances
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- Publisher Hogrefe AG
- Orginal LanguageGerman
- ISBN/Identifier 9783456862613
- Publication Country or regionSwitzerland
- Primary Price 24.95 EUR
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitleMio, der Braunbär
- Copyright Year2022
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