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It's Time to Call 911: What to Do in an Emergency
It's Time to Call 911! offers parents a children's book about emergencies. Teach your child this important skill, though you hope they will never need it. Just in case, children can learn to dial 911 and know what to say to get help in an emergency. Book includes a "Do You Know Your Address?" chart.
Knowledge is Power.... better to have your child prepaired!
By KSL "emma-and-me"
- August 29, 2004
I think this is a fanastic book! This board book has a telephone keypad to help your child practice how to dial 911 and what to do. If the number dialed is done so inccorrectly it gives you a sound to let you know you dialed it wrong, but when dialed correctly you hear a man's voice say " 911, then a bell, then the sound of a firetruck and then the man again saying good job. This book walks your child through each step making sure the child knows to say their name and home address.
It's done in a simple manner that just gets the point across that if something bad happens and you need help it's called an Emergency, do you know what to do" It goes through each step... 1st try and find and adult, if no one is around find the nearest phone and dial 911. A nice person will answer and will tell you what to do. Then the book gives several situations like a fire, if someone is hurt and even if someone has a gun. The last page says remember 911 isn't for fun! Only call it for an... read more
Book saved a mom in Alaska!
By S. English "sphenoid"
- April 30, 2007
Going by the book: 4-year-old calls 911, stays calm after mother falls ill
By Amanda Bohman
Published April 29, 2007
Deidre Savarino was wandering the toy aisle, as grandmothers do, at a St. Louis store when she came across a book with a bright red cover and a telephone dial pad.
"It's Time to Call 911: What to do in an Emergency" seemed like the perfect read for Savarino's grandson, Tony, an inquisitive 3-year-old whose mother suffers from asthma. Savarino bought the book and mailed it to her grandson, who is now 4 and lives in North Pole.
The book turned out to be an auspicious buy because Tony knew just how to react when his mother collapsed on the living room floor April 10 and blacked out from what she later learned was a gall bladder attack.
"I didn't even know there was a book like that out there," Savarino said. "It was an impulse buy."
(Listen to 4-year-old Tony's call to... read more
By M. Vrieze "Rainbows"
- November 13, 2006
This book teaches how to use 9-1-1. Also to know their name and address and phone numbers. If it is dialed right, the kids hear a siren and good job. If it is not, they hear a distinct sound. It also lets kids practice dialing 9-1-1 over and over. Further it teaches when to call for an emergency and when not to call.
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