By Dina Alexander
Chloe has a Question
A Very Important Question
Everyone has questions. But sometimes, we’re not sure that’s okay. Meet Chloe. She has a question, and it won’t leave her alone. She isn’t sure if it’s okay to have questions, especially gospel questions. Soon she begins to feel alone and stuck. She wonders if she’s the only kid in her class with this question and tries to push her question away, but it keeps coming back.
With her family’s help, Chloe learns one of the most important lessons in gospel living: Questions aren’t just good, they are great!
Meet the Author
Dina Alexander is the founder and CEO of Educate and Empower Kids, an organization dedicated to strengthening families by teaching digital citizenship, media literacy, and healthy sexuality education—including education about the dangers of online porn.
Prior to writing This is the Spirit of Revelation, her first Latter-day Saint children’s book, Dina wrote Petra’s Power to See: A Media Literacy Adventure and Noah’s New Phone: A Story About Using Technology for Good, and co-wrote the Messages About Me: A Journey to Healthy Body Image books for boys and girls…more
Featured Books by Dina Alexander
Conversations With My Kids: 30 Essential Family Discussions for the Digital Age
We can help our kids face the challenges of the digital age by connecting with them in deep, meaningful conversations about important topics, including some of the struggles they now face or will in the future.
30 Days to a Stronger Child
Our kids have qualities that need to be developed and balanced in order to be successful. Each of these qualities can be likened to accounts that are necessary to live a healthy, balanced, and strong life. We’ve included activities, discussions, and questions that will empower you to raise a more resilient, stronger child.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography
With cellphones and similar devices everywhere, we are all engaged in one of the most incredible social experiments ever conceived in the history of mankind. Within this alarming experiment, our kids are becoming entrenched in an increasingly pornified culture. Pornography use among kids is now a major public health issue due to its far-reaching effects…
“Am I doing enough?” This is the question that many, if not all parents ask themselves. In a world that keeps getting progressively harder and harder to raise children and to keep them safe, how can we feel that our efforts will even make much difference in the end?
One of the biggest issues that many parents and their children face during this age of COVID 19 is the increased social isolation and loneliness. How do you move forward when all seems so lost and lonely?
As I started thinking about preparing for Conference, I found myself wondering how I might prepare my children to receive guidance as well. After pondering and a little bit of research, I discovered several amazing ways to help prepare children and keep them engaged during Conference.