Perfect for Citizenship, a lively and engaging book about negotiations, attitudes, safety, responsibilities and manners in public places Great for supporting Citizenship and PSHE in upper KS2 and KS3, this is an ideal library information book for every primary, middle and secondary school. Full of quizzes, photo stories, quotes from children and questions to consider, it gets readers thinking about the issues and how they might respond to given situations. Lively text and engaging photos and illustrations present complex issues in clear and attractive terms. It covers such subjects as taking responsibility for yourself outside the home, avoiding danger, keeping family and friends informed of your whereabouts, planning outings and travel, what to do when things go wrong and dealing with peer pressure. Formerly published as YOUNG CITIZEN IN THE STREET, this is certain to capture the attention of all readers.
Kate Brookes is a well-travelled Australian living in the UK. She has a background in publishing books and magazines. Her career has included writing a successful series of teen non-fiction for Hodder, and also contributes frequently to magazines about family and education issues.