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Call Number: READ-ALONG BERK
Chiro, a young bat, is nervous about flying into the world for the first time without his mother, especially on a very dark night, but he soon learns to rely on his "song" to find his way and stay safe.
Ol' Mama Squirrel by
Call Number: READ-ALONG STEIN
Ol' Mama Squirrel has raised many babies and kept them all safe from predators, but she may have met her match when a determined grizzly bear threatens to eat her entire family tree.
My Safe Community by
Call Number: 307 HORD
Explains how different professionals, including police officers and teachers, contribute to the safety of a community.
Safety on the Go by
Call Number: 613.68 RAU
Simple text and photograph illustrations present accident prevention guidelines for riding in vehicles and riding a bicycle.
Food Safety by
Call Number: 363.1926 RAU
Simple text and photograph illustrations present basic food safety guidelines and advice for avoiding accidents in the kitchen.
Safety at Home by
Call Number: 363.13 RAU
Simple text and photograph illustrations present basic household safety guidelines.
Water Safety by
Call Number: 797.2 RAU
Simple text and photograph illustrations present basic water safety guidelines for the pool and the beach.
Fire Safety by
Call Number: 628.92 RAU
Simple text and photograph illustrations present basic fire prevention guidelines and advice for how to react in case of a fire.
Call Number: PICTURE AGEE
Eugene wins an all-expense-paid cruise to Bermuda that takes a nasty turn.
Please Play Safe! by
Call Number: PICTURE CUYLER
Penguin and his animal friends demonstrate how to play safely and use good manners.
The Nine Lives of Dudley Dog by
Call Number: PICTURE HASSETT
A persistent dog chases one cat after another, paying no heed to the dangers of busy streets, trains, bees, bulldozers, skunks, or raging fires.
Fire Drill by
Call Number: PICTURE JACOBS
In this story told in brief rhyming text, students in a class follow the proper procedures during a fire drill.
A Little Book about Safety by
Call Number: PICTURE KURTZMAN
While enjoying a day of swimming with his family, Hugo Hippo encounters several situations in which he must make decisions about his personal safety.
Roy Makes a Car by
Call Number: PICTURE LYONS
Roy Tyle, the best mechanic in the state of Florida, can clean spark plugs by just looking at them, and he takes a two-dollar bet that he can make an accident-proof car.
Just Like Sisters by
Call Number: PICTURE MCALLIST
When Nancy and her accident-prone pen pal Ally meet for the first time, the unlikely duo discover that they are more like sisters than just good friends.
Rooster's Revenge by
Call Number: PICTURE RODRIGUE
Together with Bear and Rabbit, the disappointed Rooster is making his way home over the sea when a terrific storm hits. After running aground in the storm, the trio finds itself in a strange cave. Rooster notices a mysterious glowing ball. What kind of a ball is it? Will it lead them to safety or to more trouble? And will the friends ever find their way home?
Home of the Brave by
Call Number: PICTURE SAY
Following a kayaking accident, a man experiences the feelings of children interned during World War II.