Avoiding Drugs (Pull Ahead Books-Health)
|Rating||:||4.46 (691 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
"Great resource to talk to your kids about drugs" according to Autism Help Today, LLC. I bought this to talk to my 8 year-old son about drugs (early, but I'd rather start now).I liked it so much that now I am lending it to other family members so they can use it to talk to their kids about drugs.This book is a great resource for the following reasons:- great conversation starter with your kid to prepare them just in case the
Learn about drugs and how to avoid drugs that will hurt you.
A useful choice.–Debbie Stewart Hoskins, Grand Rapids Public Library, MICopyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. . From School Library Journal Grade 1-3–This serviceable title introduces the differences between medicinal and non-medicinal drugs. The text touches on alcohol, tobacco, and drugs that treat asthma and colds. Back matter includes What Ive Learned, a list that summarizes and reinforces facts, and Have a Drug-Free Plan, which features questions and answers that kids can practice to learn how to say no to non-medicinal drugs. All rights reserved. A few questions are directed to readers, and clear, color photos on every page enhance