If danger finds us, don’t stay, run away.
If we can’t get away, we have to FIGHT with all our might.
Like Kanga and Roo do, it is better to fight together.The next page showed a police officer comforting Pooh and told readers:
When the danger is gone, we should not fuss.
Instead, wait for a teacher or the police to come find us.
Campos recalled having anxiety after she realized her son believed the booklet was about hiding from a big brother in a game of “IT.” The outlet did not indicate whether she was referring to the Stephen King novel and R-rated horror film of the same name or a game of tag (“You’re it”). Campos said she went to a Facebook group to ask other parents about “Stay Safe” and found out they experienced similar situations. The publisher of the booklet, Praetorian Consulting, said it was designed to “assist parents and schools in fostering a culture of safety and preparedness.” The Dallas school district later apologized for sending it home with children, according to the Advocate. [firefly_poll] “Recently a booklet was sent home so parents could discuss with their children how to stay safe in such cases,” the district said. “Unfortunately, we did not provide parents any guide or context,” it said. “We apologize for the confusion and are thankful to parents who reached out to assist us in being better partners.” Praetorian Consulting said the book was developed with Texas police officers and teachers. “We make these books available to interested schools in all states,” the publisher added. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Super fun book for your kindergartner to bring home:Winnie the Pooh’s guide to school shooters! pic.twitter.com/ujgdzQUIHT — Will Maddox (@WillCMaddox) June 1, 2023