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Should Henry Wear a Helmet?: Staying Safe
This title covers these subjects: Safety education., Accidents -- Prevention., Decision making.
Should Henry Wear a Helmet?: Staying Safe
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Should Henry Wear a Helmet?: Staying Safe

Should Henry wear a helmet? Guide readers through the decision-making process with this simple title that shows possible outcomes for common safety-related choices. Clear photographs present the scenario and possible outcomes, while simple text asks readers “What would you do?” Brief explanations after each scenario spark conversation for a deeper discussion of the issue.

 
Dewey613.6
GenreInformational
  
Reading LevelGrades PreK-1
Interest LevelGrades PreK-1
GRLJ
Lexile LevelAD450L
  
Text TypeInformational Text
Text SubtypeCause & Effect
  
ISBN978-1-4329-7241-7
PublisherHeinemann-Raintree
BrandAcorn
Copyright2013
  
Page Dimensions8" x 6 3/4"
Page Count24
LanguagesEnglish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $23.32 School/Library Price
$17.49
 


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School Library Journal, Series Made Simple - Rebecca Dash Donsky, New York Public Library

"Six children of diverse backgrounds face choices about health, safety, and personal responsibility. Each volume starts by explaining that choices have consequences and reminding readers to ask themselves if their decisions will have good or bad effects. Four scenarios follow, each using a few simple, repetitive sentences to describe the characters’ options, accompanied by large color photos that mirror the text. Each scenario ends with a “What Would YOU Have Done?” section that describes the consequences of each choice and encourages readers think for themselves. These sections have smaller type, significantly more complex vocabulary, and longer sentences than the others, but the accompanying photos help convey the main ideas. Additional materials include a picture glossary with definitions and a note for parents and teachers suggesting pre- and post-reading activities. These short, relatable books will be at home in any public or elementary library." - School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

April 1, 2013

Rebecca Rissman

Rebecca Rissman

Rebecca Rissman is an award-winning children’s author and editor. Her writing has been praised by School Library Journal, Booklist, Creative Child Magazine, and Learning Magazine. She has written more than 200 books about history, culture, science, and art. She lives in Chicago, Illinois with her husband and two daughters. She enjoys yoga, reading, and cooking.

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