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113: What If A Stranger . . .

113: What If A Stranger...?

24-page Mini Book -  Measures: 4¼" x 5 ½"
Age: Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary, Families, Adults


A Role-Playing Book About Dangerous Lures

Would you know what to do? This book uses a role-playing format to teach about dangerous lures that strangers or others may use on children. It is a wonderful tool for trusted adults & parents to use when discussing and explaining dangerous situations to children.

Topics: Who Is a Stranger?; What If A Stranger Approaches You?; What If A Stranger Asks You For Help?; What If A Stranger Offers You Candy, A Present, Money, or a Ride?; What If A Stranger Calls You By Name?; What If A Stranger Follows You?; What If A Stranger Says That Your Parent is Hurt?; What If A Stranger Comes Up To You In A Store?; What If A Stranger Tries To Grab You?; What If A Stranger From The Internet Asks to Meet You?; What If A Stranger Wants to Take Your Picture Or Tries To Touch You?; What If A Stranger Comes To The Door Or Calls When You Are Home Alone?


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