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Guns! Guns! Guns! - A Kid's Guide to Gun Safety - cover

Guns! Guns! Guns! - A Kid's Guide to Gun Safety

Dr. Cheryl Anderson

Publisher: Team Shipman Publishing

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Dr. Cheryl Price Anderson, addresses the need for gun safety for children. It teaches children how to protect themselves from guns. Patrick Carlson’s illustrations bring the book alive. Children will enjoy the books pictures, while learning about gun safety. 

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