Safe from Strangers: Empowering Children from Toddlers to Teenagers

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Franklin Mason Press, Sep 1, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 64 pages
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As children grow, the risks to their personal safety increase. Retired teacher and Black Belt, Gerri Willever provides parents with the tools to empower children of all ages. Today's world presents a newer, more challenging set of risks and safety is an issue that requires time and energy. Safe From Strangers uses practical methods and effective strategies to prevent abductions and keep children safe.

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Contents

Introduction
11
Kid tip 3 Strangers Are Not The Only Concern
17
Kid tip 5 Grownups Do Not Ask Kids For Help
23
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About the author (2003)

Gerri Willever, a retired elementary school teacher of remedial reading and math, resides in Hamilton, New Jersey. She received her BA and MA in Reading Education from Glassboro State College, New Jersey. Gerri is co-owner of the American Karate Institute and maintains the rank of Black Belt II. She has also been a student of Taiji and Qigong.

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