All over the world in environments you’d least expect, children have been subjected to adults who have not had their best interest at heart. And for that reason, we have to wise our kids up. Without fear. Without a sense of panic. How is that done? In this book, you’ll find a very fun rhyme, with colourful pictures, sensitively covers the necessary discussion points, with The Underpants Rule. If your children are pre-schoolers, you might want to buy this book and hold onto it for an appropriate time. When you think they are ready for the ‘Underpants Rule’. Ensuring you have no secrets in your home and robust communication with your children, this book will encourage openness if your child ever did feel uncomfortable around an adult or another child. Kate Power is an ex-police officer who has seen the need for this book first-hand. She has studied psychology, criminology and education. Her husband Rod works in adult learning and together they are the proud parents of three young children.