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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Social Issues / Adolescence
  • Language:English
  • Pages:89
  • eBook ISBN:9781606431559

Who Will Pay?

A Story on Gang Violence, Guns, Drugs, and the Family

by Karl A. Floyd

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Overview
What could possibly be as dangerous as possessing firearms, using drugs, smoking, or drinking alcohol? Give up? Okay, I’ll tell you... being in a gang. The dangers of carrying firearms, abusing drugs, and being in a gang are terrifying and all too real. But what are the dangers? Who’s at risk? And most importantly, WHO WILL PAY the price?
Description
What could possibly be as dangerous as possessing firearms, using drugs, smoking, or drinking alcohol? Give up? Okay, I’ll tell you... being in a gang. The dangers of carrying firearms, abusing drugs, and being in a gang are terrifying and all too real. But what are the dangers? Who’s at risk? And most importantly, WHO WILL PAY the price? Parents have the right to be concerned, but can they recognize if one of their family members or relatives is in danger or a member of a gang? These are several of the important questions posed in Professor Gulu’s WHO WILL PAY? A Story on Gang Violence, Guns, Drugs, and the Family, a tale featuring wise Professor Gulu and a troubled teenage gang member and his family. Professor Gulu’s WHO WILL PAY? A Story on Gang Violence, Guns, Drugs, and the Family is a mesmerizing tale of how a gang member’s little brother suffers a tragic fate at the hands of his brother’s gang. Ironically, this story is an all too clear and shocking revelation of the age-old adage: “What goes around comes around.” The storybook reflects real-life situations, includes quizzes, critically important parent-child safety tips and helpful family resources. In addition, the story fosters positive parent-child interaction and dialogue, assesses youth levels of comprehension, and deepens youth insight and understanding on important child safety and healthcare issues. The book is also part of Professor Gulu's National Child Safety Campaign. The campaign includes books and music CDs on No Talking or Texting While Driving, HIV/AIDS, Internet predators, fire safety, oral health and grooming, and other important child safety topics. Never before has a learning series been developed to help parents, guardians, and educators so easily explain and teach their children on the most serious and difficult topics. Please remember, our children are our responsibility. Let's protect them!
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