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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
In the eyes of a three-year-old the world is free, fun and uninhibited. Little do children know is that there must be safety measures in place to protect them. Ford takes us on his journey as he and his parents go to the library because he is interested in becoming a train engineer. Ford Says: Listen to Safety Rules by Ford Duchatelier and Geraldine Duchatelier is a beautifully illustrated children’s book that will help children to learn about road safety. When walking across the street, look both ways to ensure that it's safe to cross. When going across the train tracks, stop, listen, and look for any types of signals that display it's safe to cross the tracks. Children must learn the rules of the road to keep themselves safe because drivers don't always do the right thing. Ford and his parents were able to get to the library and Ford couldn't wait to get on the train and say “All aboard.”
Ford Says: Listen to Safety Rules by Ford Duchatelier and Geraldine Duchatelier is ideal for children in several ways because not only do the beautiful, colorful illustrations capture their attention, but will encourage them to read the book. Parents must ensure that they teach their children not only about road and traffic safety, but also help them to get familiar with the various types of road signs out there. Ford Says: Listen to Safety Rules by Ford Duchatelier and Geraldine Duchatelier is a great educational resource for your child. Get your copy today - your child will thank you for it.