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Don't Snooze on Clues!: Teaching kids a new and easy way to speak out…

by Keba Cairo

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 149041570X, Paperback)

Award-nominated Don't Snooze on Clues (2014) is a fun way to encourage children to become more aware of their surroundings.
 
This 30-page children's picture book uses bright illustrations to explore relevant scenarios such as: bullying, children with weapons, child abduction and unattended bag packs.
 
Don't Snooze on Clues (2014) has been named 2015 Best Picture Book finalist for the National Indie Excellence Award.

Don't Snooze on Clues is a great resource for parents, teachers and librarians to introduce important topics to young children in a non-threatening, practical, and fun way.
 
Adults are exposed to devastating and dangerous events daily and are trained to report the things they see, but what do we teach kids to do when they're exposed to similar events?
 

(retrieved from Amazon Fri, 17 Jun 2016 13:26:42 -0400)

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