Published by Magic Mouse Books an imprint of Partnership Publishing.
Printed in the UK using ethically sourced materials and FSC accredited paper.
A high quality Paperback with internal illustrations, 210mm x 210mm
Joey: A story about domestic abuse from the child's perspective
Joey lives in a home where his mum and her boyfriend fight a lot. This makes him feel worried and afraid, but when he speaks to his teacher and the social worker, he starts to feel better because he knows that, ‘It’s Ok To Talk.’
'Joey: A story about domestic abuse from the child's perspective,' is a tool that has been created for any family suffering with domestic abuse, parental mental health, being asked to keep secrets, and neglect/poverty. The core purpose is for the book to be used by fellow practitioners/social workers/people on the frontline with children. Debut Author, Emily Hill, aims for children to know, ‘It's Ok To Talk’ and to support them to open up to the trusted professionals around them. All books are written from the perspective of the children.
The series has been written by Emily, a qualified social worker who is passionate about safeguarding children.
This book includes:
- Sections for question and answers
- Pausing parts of the story
- Elements for professionals to use this in their ‘toolbox’ on a day-to-day basis