1 edition of Safety in danger found in the catalog.
Safety in danger
M"Crea, J. B. Rev
by R.M. Tims, Grafton-Street, W. Espy, Printer, Little Strand-Street in Dublin
Written in English
|Statement||by the Rev. J.B. M"Crea|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Sunday is International Children’s Book Day. In celebration, we have decided to focus on Children’s books that teach safety. As a parent, you have the privilege of teaching your child all about the wonderful world we live in.
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"The Danger" was the first Dick Francis book I read, so it seems fitting to finish off this year's Goodreads reading challenge by reviewing it. In "The Danger," Francis breaks his usual MO by making the jockey, not the hero, but the woman whom the hero has to save.
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