Children’s Book Review: Bee Safe by Joyce Piap-Go

May - June 2011 020

A few years ago I had the chance to share how I taught my then 6 year old girl about personal safety. I was surprised at the parents’ general reaction that time. Some did not know what to teach their children about safety inside and outside the home, when to teach them and the right way of teaching without actually scaring their children. Online casino Ireland. ###

Here’s a book that parents can use to discuss safety with their children – Bee Safe by Joyce Piap-Go. The book’s central character is a little boy bee and he learns about being safe inside and outside the house. My four year old Flash Boy definitely remembers “Buzidee buzz buzz, I am Dee the Bee. As we read the book together, we also talk about his personal safety. It helps that it is beautifully illustrated by Maria Cristina Sison. The book’s illustrations and its adorable character helps my son and daughter to remember the importance of being safe.

Bee Safe may be purchased from OMF Lit Bookshops located all over the country.

Disclosure: I was given a complimentary copy of this book by OMF Lit but was not required to review it. I write this review to help promote books by our local authors.

Hello, I'm Michelle and I love to encourage others through my blog. I write about homeschool, books and family life. I enjoy testing out products and giving my honest opinion about it. If I'm not in front of my laptop, I can usually be found watching TV or having my favorite frappuccino at Starbucks with my favorite Mary Higgins Clark book.

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