Wednesday, December 30, 2009

When a writer, kids and preparedness collide...

Ladies and gentlemen, I am pleased to announce that your kids can be prepared! In fact, one writer, who has previously written the "H is for Hope" children's books in the past, has recently released, "What You Should Do in an Emergency."

It teaches kids basic CPR, the heimlich maneuver, fire safety, sun safety and pool safety.

Yes parents, I know you are already frantically checking but the book has not made it there yet. You, preparedness maniacs, are some of the first in the loop.

As suggested, after your child reads the book they should definitely run down to your local American Red Cross and take a class.

Not too shabby, huh?

Just wait, maybe I'll get up the gumption to write my own... and sell it out of the back of my car. You never know.

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