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GROW: I Am a Survivor: A Child's Workbook About Surviving Disasters

by Wendy Deaton

I Am a Survivor is a creative, child-friendly program designed for use with elementary school children, filled with illustrations and original exercises to foster healing, self-understanding, and optimal growth....


The Safe Family Book

by Beth Robinson & Noel Green

Addressing physical, sexual, and emotional safety with children can be difficult. The Safe Family Book provides an easy way for adults to help children recognize when they are not safe. The book presents information...


A Harey Day at the Seaside

by Hedley Griffin

Harey and his friends visit the seaside. He climbs the cliff and falls, cuts his feet on some broken glass, digs a big cave in the sand and almost suffocates when the sides fall in, goes swimming out of his...


Safety Simon

by Cynthia MacGregor & Linda Paul

Simon’s playing at being a Safety Inspector like his dad. After he’s made safety checks around the house, Mom expands the concept to include personal safety. Simon learns what to do in the event of a fire...


Sports

by Christie Marlowe

Sports are a lot of fun. There's nothing like getting outside with a group of friends and throwing the ball around or playing a game of basketball, soccer, or baseball. But with all the fun, there are a lot...


Terrorism & Perceived Terrorism Threats

by Christie Marlowe

Terrorism is a major issue in today's world. Around the globe, people fear terrorist attacks. The threat of violence from terrorists seems to be everywhere.


Stranger Danger

by Christie Marlowe

You might have heard people say, "Strangers are just friends you haven't met yet." That's true in many cases, but not all strangers are kind and friendly. Some strangers can be dangerous. Staying away from people...


Road Safety

by Christie Marlowe

Driving is a huge part of life for millions of people. We drive to go to family's and friends' houses; we drive to go to work and school; we drive to go to the store. You probably ride in some sort of vehicle...


Protecting Your Body: Germs, Superbugs, Poison, & Deadly Diseases

by Christie Marlowe

Each day, dangerous germs surround us. At home, many of the products we use to keep our houses clean and our bodies healthy can also be poisonous and very dangerous. The wrong pill, medicine, or household cleaner...


Peer Pressure & Relationships

by Christie Marlowe

Our friends are supposed to be there for us when we need them, to help us through tough times and laugh with us when things are going well. But sometimes, our friends can push us to do things we wouldn't do...


Gunman on Campus

by Kim Etingoff

Shootings have been in the news a lot in recent years. For many, a shooting at school is the worst kind of nightmare. School is meant to be a place where kids can be safe. A person with a gun on school grounds...


Navigating Cyberspace

by Kim Etingoff

The Internet is a great tool for learning. It's also a lot of fun for games, keeping up with friends, or reading about the things you love. But there are also dangers on the Internet. You can't always know for...


Natural Disasters

by Kim Etingoff

Storms, tornados, floods, wildfires—the world is full of natural disasters that do terrible damage to our homes, towns, and cities. Knowing how to prepare for a natural disaster and what you can do if one...


Drugs & Alcohol

by Kim Etingoff

Drugs and alcohol are dangerous no matter how old you are, but for kids, the risks of using drugs or alcohol are even more serious. Even though many young people know that drugs and alcohol can be deadly, they...


Bully on Campus & Online

by Kim Etingoff

Each year, millions of kids are bullied. Bullying is nothing new, but today, it is more than hurting with fists or feet. For many young people, leaving school doesn't stop the bullying, because the bullies are...