Child Abduction: How To Protect Your Children

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There is a reported 58,000 children and teens that go missing each year. "Child Abductions: How to protect your children" is a to the point, easy to read, educational guide book on how to protect your children from become a part of this statistic...a victim.

What you will find inside:

* How to talk to and educate your children about child abductions.

* What parents should know and do to keep their children safe.

* What is an I.D. Kit and how to make one.

* What to do if your ...

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Overview

There is a reported 58,000 children and teens that go missing each year. "Child Abductions: How to protect your children" is a to the point, easy to read, educational guide book on how to protect your children from become a part of this statistic...a victim.

What you will find inside:

* How to talk to and educate your children about child abductions.

* What parents should know and do to keep their children safe.

* What is an I.D. Kit and how to make one.

* What to do if your child is abducted or goes missing.

* What a community can do.

* What is the AMBER alert plan and how it works.

* list of emergency organizations and contacts.

Our children are in danger and we as parents need to do everything in our power to protect them. This book will supply you with necessary tools and information to help you do just that.
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"Child Abductions:How to protect your children" is a book no parent should be without.
Juwuan Douglas -parent- NY

A Fantastic, strait forward book. I am more informed, and I feel my girls are are more aware and educated about child predators.
Darcel Gallaway -mother of 2- NJ

This Book is right on time. It is a necessity in the modern family home.
Neal Brinson -father- CT

CHILD ABDUCTIONS
How to protect your children

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595253609
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/13/2002
  • Pages: 112
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.27 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 21, 2003

    terrific!!

    a friend told about it and Im glad they did...It is a wonderfully informative book...I think it is the best book like it on the market.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2002

    To the point!

    As a parent , my greatest fear is something happening to my children. I had assumed that children only got abducted in the mid west or in the suburbs. I had no idea of the number of victims and massive nunber of open cases the were going on throughout the country. My eyes were opened up. This book which I was given as a gift is the simple most important book that I own. I learned from it as well as am teaching my children from it. There are alot of extras too that add to the value of the book..like the "Identification worksheet" to help supply the police with accurate information immediately, and the emergency contact numbers...for your childrens sake buy this book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2002

    A POWERFUL BOOK!

    POWERFUL, TO THE POINT, NO NONSENSE! this is not a book of fluff. This book gets to the meat of the horror that is child abduction, and guides a parent on what to do to keep their child safe in the real world and the internet, as well as what to do if the child is abducted or confronted. There are also alot of extras that in themselves alone make this book worth it. This book is a must have for parents!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2003

    Child Abduction: How To Protect Your Children

    An amazingly informative and enlightening Book. No Parent should be without it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2002

    The best reference and educational book on th market!

    I recieved a preview copy, and couldn't put it down. Being in the magazine business, one thinks that they stay on top of things...and I had no idea of the number of children and teens that go missing each year. Mr Woodson took no time in informing you of the frightening degree of this problem and them quickly goes into how to keep your children safe. It's an educational and informative book as well as step by step manual. The worksheets and national and international contact list are a great addition, as well as the child safe and note spaceinternet sites. This is the best child abduction safety book that I've ever come across.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2002

    WELL PUT TOGETHER AND EXTREMELY INFORMATIVE!

    A well put together book. educational and informative. If you care about your family, you need to make it your buisness to own this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2002

    A BOOK FOR ALL PARENTS!

    Most child abduction books( and there aren't many) lose sight of their goal of educating parent and child. They fill the book with stories and unneccessary fluff (as I like to call it) , but not Maurice Woodson. He gets straight to the point and like a very good teacher holds your attention until the end. What you get when you're done is a look into the mind of these predators and a thourough under standing of how to protect your children. I myself automatically began to put together an I.D Kit for all my children...and Maurice woodson walked me through it. This is an amazing book and one that is so needed. Britney Jemas -STREET LEVEL Magazine-

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2002

    Child Abduction: How To Protect Your Children

    I got this book as a gift and at first I wasn't sure why it was given to me. Once I read it, I was happy that someone thought enough of my family to give it to me. What an exelent book. It open my eyes to the reality of the situation, and taught me how to safeguard my children. I am going to order one for all my friends and reccommend that they do the same.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2002

    A MUST HAVE BOOK

    This is a very important book at a very important time. What I've learned from this book, I will teach to my class. If you think it can't happen to you , think again...be prepared and educated. It could save the life of your children. there there are also some very important list inside (who to contact if your child is abducted, child safe internet search engines.) as well as a step by step guide and worksheet for putting together an identification kit. I reccommend this highly to all parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts, and nannies.!!!

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