According to the National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention, many tragedies begin with a childhood traumatic event: 60% of adults report experiencing abuse or other difficult family circumstances during childhood. 26% of children in the United States witness or experience a traumatic event before turning 4. It is even said that one treatment for ADHD in children is talk therapy. Well, how befitting The Disregarded Voice of a Child encourages talk therapy. It is part of a seven-book series that promotes open dialogue among elementary-aged children and their mothers. The book topics were derived from discussions held with children who have either experienced some form of physical/emotional abuse or the communication and emotion between the child and parent was misunderstood. These books (also referred to as the Mommy series) are written in the voice and from the perspective of the child while speaking to the mother. Every book concludes with an adult summary and a biblical scripture supporting the book’s subject. All seven books contain an illustration of a blue teddy bear. The purpose of the bear is to provide comfort for that child who feels alone, lonely, or would just like a nighttime companion (an actual blue teddy bear also accompanies the series). The Mommy series is set to target childcare centers, Christian elementary schools, foster home/adoption agencies, children hospitals, libraries, parents/guardians, and concerned adults.