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Why should I listen to my bus driver? / Christine Honders.

Honders, Christine, (author.).

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Janet Carlson Calvert Library - Franklin.
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Janet Carlson Calvert Library - Franklin J 371.872 HON (Text to phone) 33345000335208 Juvenile Nonfiction Available -

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General Note:
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
School bus safety -- Following the rules -- At the bus stop -- Boarding the bus -- Buckle up! -- Good bus behavior -- In case of emergency -- Getting off at your stop -- Know the signals -- A safe trip home.
Summary, etc.:
"Many children take the bus to school every day. To ensure a safe ride, there are rules they need to follow. One of the most important rules is to listen to the bus driver. It's important to stay seated and wait until the driver tells the riders it's OK to get up. Riders need to stay quiet so they don't distract the driver. The driver also uses hand signals as kids enter or exit the bus to let them know when to cross the street. This title teaches readers that bus safety depends on listening to the bus driver. Colorful photographs provide readers with close textual correlations" -- Provided by publisher.
Subject: School children > Transportation > Safety measures > Juvenile literature.
School buses > Safety measures > Juvenile literature.
Listening > Juvenile literature.

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