Who is a Stranger and What Should I Do?
A Book Review
by Three SODAH Kids
Who is a Stranger and What Should I Do? by Linda Walvoord Girard is a book for kids about who a stranger is, what do if you are uncomfortable and what is not appropriate for a stranger to do. There are sample situations so parents can talk with their kids about what to do if a stranger talks to them or is at the door. It emphasizes the importance of never getting in a car or taking a walk with a stranger.
Strangers can come in all ages, shapes and sizes, even if they look like they could be nice or try to act nice. If a stranger approaches you, always tell a grown-up. Strangers may pretend they know you, so never tell them you are home alone if they call on the phone. Even strangers dressed as a police officer should talk to your parents or teacher before they talk with you.
This book is very important to read and can help you in situations that might be dangerous. On a scale of 1-4, with 4 being the best, we would rate this book a 4 because it is great for all ages. The book is pretty short and it has illustrations, so it is a fast read. After you read this book, you should also talk with your parents about how to protect yourself.
Author: 3 SODAH Kids
Reviewed by the Web Content
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