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April 6, 2016 / peoplesbookprize

The People’s Book Prize – Spring Collection – Children “Share Some Secrets” By Christina Gabbitas…

Share Some Secrets by Christina Gabbitas 
Published by Poems and Pictures Ltd
Spring 2016


Share Some Secrets,is a picture rhyming book addressing sexual abuse.This is a story,that encourages children to think about the secrets they should and shouldn’t keep, encouraging them to speak out without fear, by giving praise. The story is available on audio to download free via

Author’s Biography

Christina Gabbitas is a children’s author, poet, storyteller and voice-over artist, who loved to read poetry and rhyme in her early years. Christina is known for her children’s books, Felicity Fly series, that encourage children reading and learning about the world around them with fun.


Share Some Secrets’,is an excellent book. I love the way you have written it in rhyme, making the message memorable. It is not easy finding good resources to help with safeguarding issues.
Angela Wimbush -Deputy Headteacher at Wakefield Girls School

Helping to provide everyone with a role in protecting children with advice on how to talk to them about staying safe is something that sits at the very heart of the NSPCC’s mission. Christina’s book, which is available for reference in the NSPCC Library, reinforces this essential behaviour that we so encourage children to learn. We wish Christina all the best with this great resource.
Karen Childs – Head of Knowledge NSPCC

Keeping children safe is one of our highest priorities and Christina’s publication helps to reinforce this
Allan McLaren – Deputy Director Partnerships Barnardo’s
Price £6.99

Read an extract, read reviews or buy this book here or come and see the rest of the Spring collection at The Peoples Book prize

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