This photo-illustrated book for early readers gives examples of how police officers fight crime and keep people safe.
In Mayors, beginning readers will learn about the work mayors do to keep the communities they run clean and safe and well-organized. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage young readers as they discover where mayors work, whom they work with, and how they spend their days. A labeled diagram helps readers identify different items on a mayor’s desk, while a picture glossary reinforces new vocabulary. Children can learn more about mayors online using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Mayors also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, and an index. Mayors is part of Jump!’s Community Helpers series.
As they patrol streets and neighborhoods, police officers enforce laws and stop crime. They make communities safer! Being a police officer requires leadership skills and the ability to make good decisions in stressful situations. Beginning readers will be fascinated by this title on these brave community helpers.
Rain or shine, it is the duty of mail carriers to pick up and deliver letters, packages, and more. Mail carriers are often seen driving down streets in small trucks or hauling full mail from door to door. This informative title for young readers delivers facts about the important work of mail carriers.
Spend a day with police officer Jenn Gellel. Jenn starts her day at home with her husband, Brad, and their dog, Zeke. Follow her to work at the police station, on patrol in a police car, and peforming jobs such as directing traffic. By following Jenns daily activities, students will learn how police officers help people and keep them safe.
Firefighters are important community workers. These busy men and women are called upon to put out fires and rescue people and animals. They are the heroes of today's world! Children will be thrilled to learn about the equipment firefighters use, putting on a firefighter uniform, fire safety in their homes and communities, the different rooms in a fire station, and the firefighter heroes of 9/11.
Readers follow along on a day in the life of a police officer as a young girl pretends to be a law enforcement officer while on a walk with her dad. Includes a glossary and an activity.