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Talking to Strangers

The most important safety advice for children is to avoid those they don't know, right? Not so fast.

stranger danger
By Scott Lajoie
January 8, 2006

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I was walking my dog the other morning when a girl about 6 years old with a shiny pink backpack came skipping down her driveway on her way to the bus stop across the street. She approached me on the road and asked about my black Labrador retriever mix. I adore children who are curious about pets, so I stopped ... (Full article: 642 words)

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