Who Is a Stranger and What Should I Do?

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Explains how to deal with strangers in public places, on the telephone, and in cars, emphasizing situations in which the best thing to do is run away or talk to another adult.

Explains how to deal with strangers in public places, on the telephone, and in cars, emphasizing situations in which the best thing to do is run away or talk to another adult.

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Explains how to deal with strangers in public places, on the telephone, and in cars, emphasizing situations in which the best thing to do is run away or talk to another adult.

Explains how to deal with strangers in public places, on the telephone, and in cars, emphasizing situations in which the best thing to do is run away or talk to another adult.

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Most children art taught at home and at school not to talk to strangers. In Who Is A Stranger And What Should I Do?, Linda Girard takes the idea further by explaining about "kind" strangers, the stranger who is not a child's friend, strangers in public places, "doorbell" strangers, and others. Girard's practical, well presented text is illustrated with the artwork of Helen Cogancherry to provide young readers ages 6 to 12 with visual reinforcement of sound and sensible narrative. Who Is A Stranger And What Should I Do? is enhanced for the reader with ten "what if" situations and topics for discussion with parents, teachers, and caregivers. Highly recommended for personal, school, and community library child safety collections.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780613757027
  • Publisher: San Val
  • Publication date: 4/1/1993
  • Pages: 32
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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  • Posted April 9, 2009

    Craftfully written to appease all attitudes!

    The lessons are written so carefully, such as addressing who is a stranger? that they don't seem to need any revising from parents. WE're using it for a 15 yer old autistic male, and the pictures of the kids, 9-12 years old and mostly white don't fit, so we are placing pics of himself in their place! We use it regularly to teach him. It is very well recieved and written.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2007

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    Excellent book for children. It has a lot of information to help children understand who not to trust. If your child can't read but understands what you read to them, then read it to them. All children should understand to be careful. If you read 'I Walked a Mile with Sorrow', then you can understand why it is important for your child to read this book. There are a lot of people that children need to know not to trust.

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