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Crossing the road safely is like anything else – you can learn to do it. That’s what Miss Talentino tells Simon and his class, and she even gives them a demonstration. There is one big difference though: if you get a question wrong in class, you won’t end up as flat as a pizza! A fantastic short novel by a former Children’s Laureate, which teaches the importance of road safety in a story full of humour and impact.
“Anne Fine’s shorter novels deserve close attention. This is serious stuff… But the entertainment value is high.” Guardian
“The author’s message is a strong and clear one – that crossing the road safely is something that needs to be learned.” TES Primary
“Full of the humour we have come to expect from Anne Fine. Children are hooked as soon as they read the opening conversations about a recent accident.” Literacy and Learning
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