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The always polite, always obedient child is no longer the ideal. Never Say Yes to a ...
The always polite, always obedient child is no longer the ideal. Never Say Yes to a Stranger is the best book to teach youngsters to say "no" when necessary. Written so young children can understand, it has been resoundingly praised by parents, schools, police, scout and religious groups, newspapers and magazines.
"What I like about this book is that it stresses awareness, not fear. It teaches children how to feel confident and in control so that they will know what to say and what to do."
Stories illustrated with photographs depict different situations in which children are approached by strangers and explain the importance of understanding the dangers of such encounters.
|A Note to Parents||9|
|Introduction: Never Say Yes to a Stranger||15|
|Chapter 1||No Thanks, Stranger||17|
|Chapter 2||Pick of the Litter||38|
|Chapter 3||Your Mother Sent Me||44|
|Chapter 4||Which Way to the Police Station?||50|
|Chapter 5||A Doll for Jessica||57|
|Chapter 6||Ralph, the Lost Puppy||67|
|Chapter 7||A Quick Ride||75|
|Chapter 8||Jennifer Home Alone||83|
|Chapter 9||Help Me, Please||91|
|Chapter 10||Smart Move||97|
|Chapter 11||Getting Smarter||105|
|Police Are Your Friends|
|Play ... It Smart|
|Coming and Going|
|These People Are Strangers|
|A Special Case|
|Follow Your Instincts|