Twelve short stories to help save a child from abduction or danger.
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Lorraine M. Harris
In the United States, each year an estimated 800,000 children are abducted. In many cases the child may have avoided the abduction if they had known what to do. In some cases, the parent or adult gave the child conflicting information about who is a stranger.
This book contains twelve short stories that discuss situations children may encounter by bringing to light the subtle issues and dangers we must teach our children to recognize and deal with in keeping them safe. Following each story are suggested discussion questions.
"A thought provoking book that is a "must" read for children and adults. A great vehicle for teachers, police officers and others to use when discussing life-threatening situations. One of the stories could save a child's life."
Shirley Keeney, Retired Baltimore, Maryland Police Officer