Product Description "Look Left, Look Right, Look Left Again" is a Moonbeam Children's Book award winner for 2013"Look Left, Look Right, Look Left Again" is an award winning finalist from the International Book Awards (division of USA Book News) Whether it's crossing the road, a street or even a railroad track, Wally Waddlewater doesn't know the Rules of Safety for Crossing streets, roads or even tracks. But Wally must learn these Rules of Safety if he wants to mail a birthday card to his grandmother. Why? Because in order to get to the mail box he has to cross many of the busy streets of his town. A must read for pre-school and school age children. Review "As a children's librarian and a former preschool teacher, I am delighted to see this book! Less than a handful of books teach young children how to cross the street safely, and none, in my opinion, do it as well as this one. With a charming story, clever phrasing, and captivating illustrations, this book would be a welcome addition to every preschool and daycare facility's core collection of children's books. Teachers, librarians, community safety officers, parents and grandparents have a winner too. The characters are colorfully animated and the crossing chant is worth repeating (and dramatizing!). Most importantly, this little book can help keep children safe in a big way by making them more aware of their surroundings. It's so easy to dart into the street to follow a ball, a friend or a pet. I've got my copy, and I think it would be a wonderful gift of storytelling and safety for any young child." -- Sharon Orlando, Youth Services Librarian -- Watchung, NJ Public Library From the Author I've heard many times that it's good for an author to write what you know. I wrote this story because when I was a young child, I got hit by a car. I'd like this story to help prevent children from getting hurt. I've found that some children think it's OK to just look left and then right. They don't realize they have to look to the left again before crossing. From the Inside Flap When Wally Waddlewater wants to find a mailbox to send a birthday card to his Grandmother, he has to cross the busy streets of his town. Will Wally learn the rules that will help him cross the streets safely? Will You? About the Author Ginger Pate, a former elementary school teacher who has taught in schools in New York and New Jersey, was born in Woodside, New York. She is a graduate of Ladycliff College in Highland Falls, New York and the author of one other children's book; Would You Invite A Skunk to Your Wedding?; ISBN# 9781880851739 by Greene Bark Press inc June , 2009. Ginger, the mother of two married daughters lives in New Providence, New Jersey with her husband, Tom.