Part of Deactivate

If You Touch, I’ll Tell

IF YOU TOUCH, I’LL TELL is more than just a book. It’s an alarm system for children!

IF YOU TOUCH, I’LL TELL is similar to the security alert symbol outside your home, warning thieves to stay away. Every book comes with five paper cutouts that can be adhered to a child’s backpack or lunchbox. these cutouts serve as a warning to predators that the child has been taught about inappropriate touching and harnessing their “voice power!” This book also includes notes to a trusted adult on who predators are, where they lurk, and how to teach children about inappropriate touching.

The author knows firsthand that an inappropriate touching incident can be extremely difficult to discuss. This book comes with a removable poster that can be used as a teaching tool about private parts. When words just won’t come out, the poster also doubles as a “voice power” enhancer, helping a child tell you about an inappropriate experience.

Preventing a child from being abused is one of the most important things you can do as a trusted adult. Prevention is better than cure, especially in the case of sexual abuse. This book teaches children to use voice power to deactivate predators.

"Your precious body may be small but your voice is mighty!"
Shamina Aubuchon


You only have one body. It is special and sacred. Most importantly, it belongs to only you. Your private parts; breast, buttocks, chest, penis, and vagina are private and should not be touched inappropriately by anyone! Other parts of your body, including your mind, are private too. Inappropriate touching is whatever makes you feel uncomfortable. Inappropriate behavior can also include verbal and visual suggestions. 

A trusted adult, someone who is loving and kind and has always respected your body boundaries, will explain more about inappropriate behaviors to you.


If someone makes you feel uncomfortable, for example, by standing or sitting too close, hugging too long or too tight, tickles you against your will or enjoys tickling you after you’ve asked them to stop, play fights with a lot of body contact, asks you to sit on their thighs or rock on their knees, makes inappropriate suggestions about your private parts, asks to play inappropriate body games, asks you to take off your clothes or show your underwear, asks you to take photos against your will, or shows you inappropriate images of body parts or their private parts, here’s what you should do…


To every child who has endured the unbearable burden of abuse, this book is dedicated to you. I pray that God will guide the distribution of this book, so it is placed in the hands of those who need it most.

But Jesus said, suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.

                                      Matthew 19:14 KJV

Happy Reading!

Dr. Aubuchon