Look Out for Strangers by Paul Humphreys, Alex Ramsay
  

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Look Out for Strangers by Paul Humphreys, Alex Ramsay

Look Out for Strangers is a no-nonsense book with a strong safety message for young children about how they should avoid potentially dangerous situations. The narrative throughout is in simple straightforward language, which is undramatic and reassuring whilst stressing the dangers that seemingly familiar situations can hold for children. A mixture of running narrative and speech bubbles has been specially developed in association with the National Centre for Language and Literacy (Reading Reading Centre) to draw in both confident and less able readers. Specially commissioned photographs are combined with child-centred artwork to support the text and re-iterate the safety message.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Paul Humphreys, Alex Ramsay
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Publisher

Evans Brothers Ltd an imprint of Evans Publishing Group

Publication date

13th June 2003

ISBN

9780237525453


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