Item description for Who Is a Stranger and What Should I Do? (An Albert Whitman Prairie Book) by Linda Walvoord Girard & Helen Cogancherry...
Overview 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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Studio: Albert Whitman & Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.94" Width: 7.84" Height: 0.15" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1985
Publisher Albert Whitman & Company
ISBN 0807590169 ISBN13 9780807590164
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of May 28, 2017 01:21.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Who Is a Stranger and What Should I Do? (An Albert Whitman Prairie Book)?
CHILD AWARENESS OF STRANGERS Apr 27, 2008
HELPS KIDS TO BE ON AWARES OF A SITUATION THAT IS DANGEROUS WITH PEOPLE AND HOW TO REACT FOR SAFETY.
who is a stranger & what should I do Mar 19, 2006
the book went over well. It was imformative to the children. It help reinforced what the family has been saying.
Excellent book about strangers Feb 22, 2006
I bought this book for my 6-year old. We read it together and discussed what they were talking about in each chapter. Excellent book for talking to your kids about strangers - without scaring them. I definitely recommend it for most kids starting at 5-years old.
Stranger Savvy Mar 24, 2005
This excellent book is a good teaching tool for helping children recognize who is a "kind" stranger as opposed to someone they don't know who is unkind. The beautiful illustrations add to the books appeal; the hypothetical scenarios will undoubtedly help children and parents think of methods to apply when faced with "unkind" strangers.
not age appropriate May 9, 2004
This book is listed as age appropriate for 4-year-olds. In my opinion, it is way too complex for this age group, I would say more for ages 6 on up. Check it out at your library first.