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My Dad The Policeman Paperback – September 17, 2016
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I am an author, a former teacher, guidance counselor, small business owner and current parent and grandparent. My goal in writing is to demystify the complexities of life to children in both picture books and chapter books. My adventure stories feature positive role models showing the advantages of cooperation and sharing. In pictures and words, I endeavor to bring a greater understanding of issues children face such as domestic abuse, bullying, diabetes, Internet safety, dementia and interpersonal relationships.
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Tommy and his father have a good dialogue about the whys of police shootings and the miscommunication that sometimes occurs between police and civilians. His father explains all the good things the police do in our communities. The conversation helps answer Tommy’s questions about why these shootings occur and also alleviates his fears about his father’s safety.
While the story helps children to understand more about the responsibilities of policemen, it also explains the dangers sometimes involved in protecting citizens. And for the adult reader, it serves as a straightforward approach to talking to your children about the animosity against police that is so often in the news these days.
This book is good for children and parents alike. With so much conflict in the news, it is important to sit down and read this book with your child. William Bentrim writes great stories dealing with various social issues and he has certainly done it again!