.“Thank you SO much for visiting us this afternoon. The book and the way you shared it with our younger children was truly fantastic.”
Thank you so much again for your time and presentation on Monday. The children seemed to really enjoy themselves.
"What Could Possibly Go Wrong?” is a must have for every household. It teaches children critical thinking and problem solving in a way they easily understand.
Our children responded to it immediately, and now as a family we ask that question in a variety of circumstances to help teachsafety.
You could say it does your parenting for you! "
"This is such a great interactive read. The situations are so relevant to my very active and adventurous young boys! It has brought about many excellent discussions, and has now become a key phrase in our house!"
"What Could Possibly Go Wrong? has become a family favourite. The lively illustrations highlight the safety messages and are easy for my grandchildren to understand. A very useful family safety manual that also has a story to tell."
"We already have a copy, a lovely parent gifted one to us and our children are really enjoying it"
What Can Possibly go Wrong?
by John & Michelle Hotham.
Pub. Shugar Print New Zealand, 2019.
Ever done something stupid that you regret, and wished you had thought more about it before you started? Things like standing up in the bath, patting a dog that you don’t know, sticking a knife into a power point, using power tools without permission or walking into something while reading your cell phone.
Well, this health and safety book for kids and their parents will get you to discuss and think about things that are potentially hazardous to you and everybody around you. There are 14 scenarios to consider and what's more they are all entertainingly presented both in picture and in rhyming verse. Stranger danger, medicine cabinets and playing with a ball inside are also done well. Aimed at 3-9 year olds it certainly has application at older levels, at school and in the home.