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Safety Books at the Curriculum Center
Now I Know Better by
Call Number: 613.6 Now
Young people ages five to nineteen describe accidents they have had, with their own safety advice and the comments of emergency room doctors.
We Need Police Officers by
Publication Date: 1999-07-01
Simple text and photographs present police officers, their role in the community.
The Cowboy Mouse by
Call Number: PBK JFIC Lara-Alecio
Lucas, the cowboy mouse, learns to follow the rules of crossing the street.
Officer Buckle and Gloria by
Call Number: JFIC Rathman Officer
The children at Napville Elementary School always ignore Officer Buckle's safety tips, until a police dog named Gloria accompanies him when he gives his safety speeches.
Safety Books cont.
Staying Safe on the Street by
Call Number: 363.1 Mattern Street
Explains street safety rules, with information about crossing streets, avoiding strangers, and finding help.
Staying Safe on the School Bus by
Call Number: 363.1 Mattern Bus
Explains school bus safety rules, with information on getting on and off the bus and helping the driver by letting him drive safely, without distraction.
Staying Safe in the Car by
Call Number: 363.1 Mattern Car
Explains car passenger safety rules, including using seatbelts, not distracting the driver, and exiting safely.
Staying Safe on My Bike by
Call Number: 363.1 Mattern Bike
Explains bicycle safety rules, including using a helmet, crossing roads, riding safely near others, and using turn signals.
Staying Safe at Home by
Call Number: 363.1 Mattern Home
Explains home safety rules, including which household items to stay away from and what to do in case of fire or accident.