The International Center for Assault Prevention (ICAP) is a
thirty-year-old international prevention program that works with
and trains children, parents, and teachers to prevent peer assault,
stranger abduction, and known adult assault. ICAP aims to reduce a
child or young person's vulnerability to verbal, physical, and
sexual assault, working closely with local school districts,
parent/teacher associations, and home school groups.
Dagmar Geisler is a German artist and illustrator. She studied graphic design at the University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden and worked for a time in film and television. Today, Geisler focuses mainly on children's books, both as an illustrator and an author. For My Body Belongs to Me from My Head to My Toes she received the Silver Feather (Silberne Feder) Children's Book Prize from the German Medical Women's Association.