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Boo! Peekaboo! (Wee Pudgy Board Book) by Wendy Cheyette Lewison

By Wendy Cheyette Lewison

"BOO!" say the witch, the ghost, and the jack-o'-lantern, giving timid mice a poor fright on Halloween evening. Then they display themselves--with a noisy "PEEKABOO!"--to be site visitors for the mice's personal occasion. teenagers will love this small, brightly coloured board ebook that is most excellent for the witching season. Full-color illustrations.

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The right way is the safe way. C. Worn tires are more unsafe at today's expressway speeds than they were when average speeds were lower. D. Platform shoes may be stylish, but they're certainly unsafe. V. Examples of Safety or Its Derivative Used in an "Accident Mitigation" Context (Note: This category deals with efforts to reduce (mitigate) the consequences of accidents. It takes up where accident prevention leaves off. Hard hats, for example, have little to do with accident prevention, but everything to do with accident mitigation.

11. 2. All statistical data in this book are from the National Safety Council, Accident Facts, 1984, unless otherwise noted. 3. 6. 4. Nelson S. Hartunian, Charles N. Smart, and Mark S. C. Heath and Company, 1982). Page 20 3 Using Accident Data The first decennial census was taken in the United States in 1790. However, it was not until after the turn of the twentieth century that accident data were collected systematically. Accident Facts Issued annually by the National Safety Council, Accident Facts now constitutes a most reliable source of nationwide frequency for all types of accidents reported in the United States.

However, experts have met with limited success when they have attempted to tell people what would be best for them in a given situation. It usually takes a near-accident, an accident, or even a tragedy before people become sufficiently concerned and motivated to take overt action. Recall from page 8 that experts measure risk, while safety is unusually determined by personal and social value judgments. The task of the individual is to learn how to recognize an expert and guide his own thinking by expert knowledge rather than by guesswork.

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