Pompy and Titany become guardians of your young children, teaching them of the everyday dangers found throughout the home in these delightfully illustrated nursery rhymes by former nanny.
From sharp knives in the kitchen to hot irons in the study, the average home is filled with normal objects that can pose a serious risk to the safety of young children who are unaware of the possible dangers. In the Be Careful – Home series by Kriss Keller, Pompy and Titany become your child’s new friends, teaching them about each individual item that can cause them harm.
Written for pre-school and primary aged children, and with simple rhymes and accompanied by colourful illustrations created by Keller herself, the Be Careful – Home series is designed to provide clear and easy-to-remember instruction for parents to teach which objects have the potential to hurt them. Rather than try to scare the children into learning what might be dangerous, the series gently and playfully explains the threat and how they can protect themselves.
After years of working as a personal nanny and tutor to different families around the world, Keller was inspired to use her expertise to create a tool that would aid parents everywhere in teaching their children how to stay safe. Educative and lighthearted, the Be Careful – Home series is the perfect tool to teach preschoolers and below about the common hazards that surround them.
About the author
Kriss Keller is the art brand founded in 2014 by Kristina Kucerova. Kucerova studied teaching and Fine Art at the Comenius University in Bratislava. She went on to study graphic communications at St. Louis Community College in the United States. She has built a career working as a child care professional with clients around the world. Her writing is inspired by her work with children, and she combined her graphics skills with a desire to prevent childhood injuries. Kucerova lives and works currently at Zurich, Switzerland. Be Careful – Home by Kriss Keller (published by Clink Street, 25th October RRP TBC) is available to purchase from online retailers including Amazon and to order from all good bookstores. For more information, visit Kriss Keller and follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
What did Entertain the Kids think?
We asked a handful parents to review this book. Without fail, the response was the same, the parents didn’t like the content, found it difficult to read with enthusiasm and the children couldn’t relate to the characters. They all felt the book was expensive, currently priced at £9.02 on Amazon.
Note, this is just based on the personal opinion of 4-5 sets of parents.