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Sticker Dressing Rescue Missions
Sticker Dressing Rescue Missions

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Grade Levels: Preschool

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The Usborne Sticker Dressing Rescue Missions
Probe the riveting and occasionally heart-breaking world of recovery duty with Sticker Dressing: Rescue Missions. Whether they are involved in aerial searches for lost climbers, employing forensic sciences at the scene of a crime, or operating as frogmen in a covert operation, these men and women need the right clothes and equipment to cope with their tough situations. Sticker Dressing: Rescue Missions comes with over 170 stickers to outfit these teams for their vital missions.

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Publisher's Information
Author: Lisa Jane Gillespie
24 + 10 Pages of Stickers
Publisher: Usborne Books
Printed In: Perai, Panang, Malaysia

CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3yrs.

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Where are the women? February 28, 2015
Reviewer: Sarah C.  
I love Usborne books. I even sold them for a while. One things that we have loved about Usborne books as a family is that Usborne sets out a balance of male/female characters in every role. For instance, our large book "Jobs People Do" has female firefighters, doctors, veternarians, and teachers along with their male colleagues. We have appreciated these books for both our sons and daughters. We were surprised to receive this sticker book to find that female characters are nearly absent from its pages. There were three women to "dress", and one was a victim. There were a couple of other women workers in the backgrounds. Our kids love Usborne Sticker books, and I love that they explain each job or scene (from the historical books), but I wish that they were more balanced in depicting male/female roles. This may not matter to you, but it is something of which to be aware.

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