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Stacey Honowitz is a twenty two year veteran of the State Attorney's office, seventeen years dedicated to the Sex Crimes and Child abuse Unit where she is currently serving as a supervisor. She is also a frequent legal commentator who has provided legal analysis for Larry King Live, Good Morning America, Dateline NBC, CBS News 48 Hours, MSNBC CNBC, as well as Fox News and Court Television. She has prosecuted several high profile cases in South Florida and is also a guest lecturer who speaks about child sex abuse, the sensitive nature of these cases, the navigation of the criminal justice system and the importance of frank and open communication with children about this important and difficult subject matter. She has provided important information for several years to both parents and children on the issues of child molestation and continues to send the message that the importance of reporting the abuse, it is the first step in healing. Stacey is also the author of My Privates are Private. Parents always want to know how to talk to their children about sexual abuse. They understand the importance of the topic, yet many struggle to find the right words . This book was written specifically with that in mind, and gives parents the opportunity to discuss this subject matter without feeling uncomfortable. The importance of Genius with a Penis, Don't Touch! is two fold. The book will put both parents and children at ease when dealing with this very difficult, delicate, and often thought of as taboo subject matter. The main character Bobby Boodle lets you into his little boy world and then helps parents and children engage in breaking the ice when bringing up the subject of private parts and touching. The book allows for open and frank communication between parents and children, and does not make the subject matter intimidating. Bobby teaches children through his limericks the importance of knowing your private parts and then stresses the importance of reporting abuse. The limericks are easy to remember and send powerful and important messages, first and foremost, don't ever be afraid to tell someone if you think you are being hurt. The book enables children to see a cute character who has to deal with an important subject. They will feel sense of relief in seeing that children can speak up and not be afraid to report abuse. The message throughout the book is quite clear; never be scared if you are a abused and always know that someone will listen to you and help you along the way. Bobby advocates the many ways to seek out help, and teaches children that they should never be fearful of talking about abuse. This book will bring parents and children together in fighting the fight against sexual abuse. Education and communication are the lessons Genius with a Penis, Don't Touch! will convey to both parents and children.