Know the dangers

17th June 2005 at 01:00
As the long summer holidays approach, children are bombarded with warnings about the various dangers they face, from lakes and railway lines to building sites and strangers. The DangerSpot series brings a bit of light relief to the subject of safety by embedding these important messages in a set of light-hearted stories starring a dozey hare and his friends. The Hair-Raising Kite Flight features the dangers of electric pylons, Fire in the Fryer focuses on the dangers in the kitchen and The Dangerous Pirate Treasure describes what can happen when you dig up electric cables. Each book costs pound;4.99 and comes with a set of six stickers for the home or classroom.

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