Friday, 4 October 2013

How To Read The Roads

Dear Parents and Pupils, 


How To Read The Roads
Everyday road-safety essentials for children of all ages


How To Read The Roads is a book specially written to reinforce road safety awareness among children. This is probably the first time such a book has been written to help Singapore children get a better sense of road safety. Through this book, you can pick up vital skills and learn to take proper steps to minimise danger when commuting on the road. 

This 43-page book contains witty cartoon illustrations and simple story-telling narration to provide a fun and entertaining read for all. You will learn through the experiences of two characters in the book, Ah Boy and Ah Girl. Like many kids in Singapore, they often commute on their own to school and tuition classes, so learning to 'read the roads' as young pedestrians is an important life skill they are picking up. In this book, you will get to tag along with Ah Boy and Ah Girl on their road adventures and see if you can spot any danger they may face in their daily lives. 



The content of the book has been validated by the Singapore Road Safety Council in conjunction with the Traffic Police

As this book is a non-profit endeavour, the price is set affordable at S$4.00 a copy. It will be available for sale at Nanyang Primary School (KRC Campus) during the recesses on Tuesday 8th October 2013. Payment is by cash only. Thank you.

The net proceeds from the sale of this book – How To Read The Roads will be donated to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (SPMF).



If you have any questions regarding the book, do contact us at readtheroad@gmail.com 

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