There’s Only One You – A Gun Safety Book for Children is a book about firearm safety for BOTH parents and kids.
The story for children is approachable and discusses how accidents can happen in daily life but they’re still loved and the accidents are often easily fixed. Unlike other gun safety books, it doesn’t scream “gun book” and only introduces firearms at the end – the characters learn that an accident with a firearm isn’t the same as other accidents. A broken lamp can be easily repaired but the child simply can’t be replaced!
There’s a message for parents at the end of the book that reminds them that true firearm safety starts with them. It is NEVER ok to allow a child to have unsupervised access to a firearm.
This book is ideal for parents regardless of their views on firearm ownership. Even with no guns in their home, parents are still concerned about what will happen should their child encounter a firearm at someone else’s house.
From the back cover:
Alice and Jack are busy kids! Like any busy kid, they make mistakes.
Fortunately, their parents are understanding and quick to forgive. But when Jack goes to visit his Gramps, who owns a gun, Jack and Alice both learn that you cannot make mistakes around guns. There s only one you!
Firearm Safety is No Accident is for parents who want to educate their children about the importance of firearm safety, whether the lesson relates to their own home, or going to a friend s house. Ensure your children stay safe by knowing the proper response upon seeing a gun, so accidents don t happen!
This illustrated, engaging book not only teaches children, but also illustrates how your child can inform their friends about firearm safety.
What better way to keep kids safe than have them help one another?
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