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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE NONFICTION
  • SubGenre:Transportation / Cars & Trucks
  • Language:English
  • Pages:9
  • eBook ISBN:9781483509532

Cars Are For Driving

by Wilma Fleming

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Overview
A nonfiction children's book introducing the concept of driving safely. All youngsters are fascinated with cars and they want to grow up to drive one. This book offers the basic idea that driving is a big responsibility, and there is more to driving a car than racing it on a track.
Description
A nonfiction children's book introducing the concept of safe driving. All youngsters are fascinated with cars and they want to grow up to drive one. This conversational book offers the basic idea that driving is a big responsibility. The simple, but repeated phrase, "Cars are not for crashing," reinforces the safe driving concept for children at an early age, in positive, true language the young child can understand. As parents, we share the vision. We want our young drivers to become safe drivers. We do not want to see any of them injured or killed in an automobile accident. The experts advise parents to begin teaching children about safe driving while they are young. Hopefully, this book will start the learning process.
About the author
Wilma Fleming has written columns, articles, and musical reviews for various newspapers as a freelancer and former lifestyles reporter. Her stories have appeared in several anthologies. Magazine credits include: The Reader’s Digest, American Legion, Religion Teacher’s Journal, Spider, and Horsepower. She is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, (SCBWI), and a past member of the Creative Writers of Southern Tier, (CWST), the Florida Children’s Author Team, (CAT), and the Florida Writers Assoc., (FWA). Her website includes her happy blog and can be found at www.WilmaWrites.com. She is married, a mother of five, and writes from home.
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