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ISBN:0963944959
Author: Thom Buttner
ISBN13: 978-0963944955
Title: Smoking Stinks!! (Substance Free Kids Series)
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ePUB size: 1589 kb
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: JayJo Books; 1st edition (January 1, 1998)
Pages: 40

Smoking Stinks!! (Substance Free Kids Series) by Thom Buttner



FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Maddie and Alex prepare for their school health report about smoking, and learn from Maddie's grandfather why he started smoking and why he hasn't quit. The story stresses the importance of never using tobacco products and the dangers of passive smoke.

Smoking Stinks!! (Substance Free Kids Series). ISBN 9780963944955 (978-639449-5-5) Softcover, JayJo Books, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'Smoking Stinks!! (Substance Free Kids Series)'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. com has become a leading book price comparison site: Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books.

A new book makes a big stink about smoking! The book is sure to entertain kids while sending out a clear anti-smoking message. Reynolds, grandson of . Reynolds and president of The Foundation for a Smoke-free America, knows first-hand about the dangers of smoking. He watched his father and his older brother die of cigarette-caused diseases. 'Smoking Stinks!! is a vital tool in teaching our children the dangers of tobacco use," says Reynolds. This terrific book should be in every child's library and in every school. I couldn't have said it better! Smoking Stinks!! is written by Kim Gosselin, with color illustrations by Thom Buttner.

Smoking Stinks! Article Translations: (Spanish). Smoking is one of the worst things you can do to your body. Yet every single day, about 3,200 kids and teens start smoking. Most middle school students don't smoke - only about 1 in 50 does. Some kids may start smoking just because they're curious. Others may like the idea of doing something dangerous - something grownups don't want them to do. Still others might know lots of people who smoke and they might think it's a way to act or look like an adult. This is your lungs' way of trying to protect you and tell you to keep them smoke free. Also, many people say that they feel sick to their stomachs or even throw up. If someone accidentally swallows chewing tobacco, they may be sick for hours.

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Smoking Stinks! Print. Use the SAMHSA Treatment Locator to find substance use or other mental health services in your area. If you are in an emergency situation, this toll-free, 24-hour hotline can help you get through this difficult time: call 1-800-273-TALK, or visit the Suicide Prevention Lifeline. We also have step by step guides on what to do to help yourself, a friend or a family member.

Smoking Stinks! What's in this article? What Are Smoking and Smokeless Tobacco? Why Is It So Bad for You? The Other Cost of Smoking. Fortunately, fewer people are starting smoking than a few years ago. Maybe that's because more and more people have learned that smoking and tobacco use can cause cancer and heart disease.

Substance Free Buncombe Youth. A report from the National Academy of Sciences said that e-cigarettes are safer than smoking, but not quite safe, and may cause teens to take up tobacco. 23 January at 07:50 ·. JAN30.

Smoking Stinks ! ! by. Kim Gosselin, Thom Buttner (Illustrator). Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Maddie and Alex prepare for their school health report about smoking, and learn from Maddie's grandfather why he started smoking and why he hasn't quit. The story stresses the importance of never using tobacco products and the dangers of passive smoke, particularly to children with asthma and allergies. This book has received positive reviews from the American Cancer Society, the American Lung Association, and many health car professionals.
Reviews: 7
Gashakar
I use this book when I teach my smoking unit. I think the book is very well written. Every year my students reaction to this book says it all. The react and learn about the subject of the book, smoking. We have heartfelt discussions about the book and their own personal stories. My goal is that my students learn never to start smoking and to have some compassion for those who are trying to quit smoking.
Carrot
Love this book. I use it for classroom guidance and my second graders love it!
Shistus
Adults who are addicted to tobacco often wonder how they can have the moral authority to tell their children not to smoke. This book will help them keep their children from falling into the tobacco addiction trap. This excellent illustrated book tells about smoking from the points of view of a girl and her grandfather. The information from the grandfather is particularly compelling. He explains to his granddaughter that he still smokes because he is addicted and has tried many times to stop. He expresses anger that he is addicted.
The granddaughter observes people smoking and chewing tobacco. Her observations and the illustrations convey the "yuckiness" of tobacco. Some people who are not moved by long-term consequences, can understand the unattractive, unappealing aspects of tobacco. Between the girl's observations and the grandfather's discussion, children are experience both the short and long term effects of smoking.
This book should be interesting and accessible to elementary school and middle school-aged children and adolescents. Parents who are recovering from other types of addictions might also make use of this book when they talk to their children.
Carol Watkins, M.D.
Qusicam
Parents who are addicted to tobacco often wonder how they can have the moral authority to tell their children not to smoke. This book will help them keep their children from falling into the tobacco addiction trap.
This excellent illustrated book tells about smoking from the points of view of a girl and her grandfather. The information from the grandfather is particularly compelling. He explains to his granddaughter that he still smokes because he is addicted and has tried many times to stop. He expresses anger that he is addicted. and uses this to explain why his granddaughter should never start. The granddaughter observes people smoking and chewing tobacco. Her observations and the illustrations convey the "yuckiness" of tobacco.
Between the girl's observations and the grandfather's discussion, children are experience both the short and long term effects of smoking.
This book should be interesting and accessible to elementary school and middle school-aged children and adolescents.
Carol E. Watkins, M.D. Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist
Silverbrew
Fabulous storyline and pictures--the story of a girl doing a research project on smoking for her health class; her grandfather is a smoker.
Appropriate for grades 1-6.
Vutaur
Such a great book to teach children to never touch cigarettes! It's very important to teach the future generation and to raise awareness and make them realise how dangerous smoking is.
wanderpool
The real truth of this story is lost in the sensasionalist notion of it's topic, namely smoking. Obviously the authors are no shareholders of RJR or Phillip Morris. But, bury a bad-mannered girl who loses the ability to conduct her in a civil manner, by raising her hand to make her sentiments known for instance, in a topic about smoking, then all is well and good, right? Wrong. If this had been a book about anything else, we'd have been outraged at the manners of this child, yet, because it deals with second hand smoke, we tolerate it. For shame. Put this child in the corner, then let her voice her sentiments. Teach her some manners, then she can talk about others' and their right to smoke freely, particularly adults (whom she feels the need to criticize). A bad-mannered, foul-mouthed little girl, in need of serious civility.