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256: Most Kids... Don’t Use Drugs! Just Sayin'!

256: Most Kids... Don't Use Drugs!

28-page Cascading Book -  Measures: 6 ¼” x 3 3/4”
Age: Upper Elementary, Middle School


Just Sayin'!

The "Most Kids Don't Use Drugs" flip-book covers vital drug use prevention information in a fun and exciting way. The information is broken down into short easy to understand pages with fun cartoons that makes for a quick read to keep kids' attention. It features colorful, cascading pages on each of the gateway drug topics and more.

The back two pages cover Over-the-Counter Drugs and Prescription Drugs. Even though the character is a cartoon drawing, he has an edgy type of art style, which should appeal to upper elementary and possibly middle school-age kids.

Topics Covered: Alcohol; Marijuana; Tobacco; Inhalants; Over-the-Counter Drugs and Prescription Drugs; Safety Friends; Choose Good Friends; Gateway Drugs; You’ve Only Got One Body®; Listen to Yourself; Safety Leaders; How to Say “NO” and mean it; Peer Pressure; Bullies, About Habits, Drug Addiction, and Zero Tolerance


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