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How to Talk to Kids about Strangers
Highly Acclaimed Book Helps Parents Teach Kids to Stay Safe.
Kids want and need to know what to DO in dangerous situations, but are usually only told to what NOT to do. (Don’t talk to strangers; don’t get in the car with strangers, etc.) Even the multitude of children’s picture books about strangers (most aimed at the 8-12 year old age group) often fail to teach kids what they CAN do if they find themselves confronted with a stranger.
Stranger Danger - How to Talk to Kids About Strangers is different.
Written by an award winning preschool teacher, the highly acclaimed Stranger Danger - How to Talk to Kids About Strangers is a how-to book for parents and caregivers of children ages 3-8. Using techniques developed over decades of teaching young children, author Kristi Porter takes into consideration the unique thinking, and learning styles of this younger age group, offering parents a new way to talk to their kids about strangers without scaring them.
This easy to read, step by step guide gives parents age appropriate words and activities to use with even the youngest of children. Covering everything from who is a stranger, to when and how to fight back, Stranger Danger - How to Talk to Kids About Strangers is the book that Kindle Book Review calls “a must read guide for today’s parents!”
Stranger Danger - How to Talk to Kids About Strangers is available at most major bookstores. Both digital and paperback editions are also available for purchase online.
For Kindle format: http://www.amazon.com/
Other digital formats: https://www.smashwords.com/
View the YouTube Video Trailer here: Stranger Danger - How to Talk to Kids About Strangers http://youtu.be/
About the author
Kristi Porter has over twenty-five years of experience working with young children, both as a preschool teacher, and as an award winning child care provider. She holds a degree in Early Childhood Education and Development, as well as a national Child Development Associate Credential. In 1999, she was awarded the Governor’s Quality Care Award for her outstanding commitment to the care and education of young children.