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Safe Living in a Dangerous World

Author : Nancy Harvey Steorts
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The former Chairman of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission tells American families how to protect themselves from everyday accidents and international terrorism. Illustrations.

Home Safe Home

Author : Debra Lynn Dadd
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Discusses the safety of drinking water, processed foods, pesticides, carpeting, cleaning products, and beauty products

Making Your Home Child safe

Author : Donald W. Vandervort
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Explains how to childproof a home, safety in the backyard, and how to choose cribs, high chairs, strollers, playpens, toys, and car seats

Home Safe Home

Author : Jake Maddox
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Fourteen-year-old Caleb Parker has not been having much fun playing baseball recently, but when his mother volunteers to host Ricky Alvarez, a nineteen-year-old Dominican player on a local independent team in their Minnesota town, he finds a friend and mentor whose own struggles serve as an inspiration to the young Caleb.

Green Your Home All in One For Dummies

Author : Yvonne Jeffery
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Perfectly Safe Home

Author : Jeanne Miller
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Tells how to childproof one's home, select safe baby furniture and toys, and insure a child's safety in the home or outdoors

Home Safe Home

Author : Scott Lilly
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As many of us go through our daily routines at home, work, school, or just our daily errands, we pay little attention to our surroundings or what goes on around us. Each day we hear of crimes that occur on a daily basis, maybe close to home, or even in other areas. Have you ever asked yourself what you would do in the event you were confronted with a crime, either as a witness or a victim yourself? I always felt one of the best ways to combat crime is to take steps to prevent the crimes from occurring or looking at ways to make ourselves less of an easy target. Home Safe Home is filled with tips and suggestions of simple steps you can take to reduce your chances of becoming a victim of crime. There is no guarantee a crime will never happen to you, but by making simple adjustments at home or in your daily routine, you can take the first step in making yourself less of an easy target. I have shared over twenty years of my law enforcement experiences of dealing with criminals, victims, and witnesses, providing valuable information with you to let you know what criminals look for when selecting a target or a specific area where they commit their crimes. Many victims always told me they meant to do something which may have prevented the crime, but they never got around to it. Taking measures to reduce your chances of becoming a crime victim should always hold a top priority.

Build a Survival Safe Home Over 40 Helpful Tips on How to

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The Complete Guide to Alzheimer s proofing Your Home

Author : Mark L. Warner
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Written by a practicing architect and gerontologist, The Complete Guide to Alzheimer's-Proofing Your Home shows you how to create a home environment that will help you cope with the many difficulties associated with Alzheimer's. This unique book is divided into two sections to provide the most thorough coverage available. Section One deals with interior and exterior spaces individually, providing key information on how to ensure that the Alzheimer's patient will be safe and secure. Section Two gives a detailed list of potential problems related to Alzheimer's and practical information on how to cope with those problems in the home setting.

Arthur s Illustrated Home Magazine

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Report

Author : Nebraska. Dairymens Association
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Annual Report of the Nebraska Dairymen s Association

Author : Nebraska Dairymen's Association
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The Complete Concordance to Shakespeare

Author : Mary Cowden Clarke
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Home Safe Home

Author : Teddy Slater
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"And so begins the tale of a sweet but careless monkey and what happened to her when she tried to make a banana cream pie for her mom" (publisher).

B and O Magazine

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How to Keep Your Home Safe 131 Great Ideas for Keeping Your House Safe

Author : Judith Brown
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Your house is a lot more than wood and plaster. It's your family's retreat from the world. You've worked hard to make your house a home. And there's more to do. It's time to get the facts on how to keep your family safe at home. This guide will provide you with dozens of essential tips on home safety for you and your family. This book covers the following areas: * Flooring and Stairs * Preventing Accidents in the Home * Keeping the Home Safe for Children * Preventing Fires * Electrical and Storm Safety * Handling Insecticides * Guarding Against Burglars and Intruders Here's just a small sample of the tips included: Keep baking powder on hand for extinguishing a kitchen fire in an emergency. Don't put hot tea, coffee, or other hot liquids on a table cloth that hangs way over the side of the table. Someone could trip on the cloth and spill the scalding liquid. Keep the gas cooktop away from open windows where curtains could blow into the flames or where wind could extinguish the cooking flames. When handing a knife to someone else, always hold the point turned away from the other person. Keep the handles of pots and frying pans turned inward on the kitchen range so that they cannot be knocked or tipped over by accident. This is especially important if there are young children in the household. Check all your child's toys to be sure any eyes, noses, knobs, or other parts will not come off when pulled or chewed. Never leave a small child unattended in the bathtub. In the bathtub! face your child toward the hot water faucet so he won't accidentally bump into the hot metal. Don't hold a child on your lap while you drink or pass a hot beverage, or while you smoke. Tie a bell around all bottles and containers that hold poisonous materials in the house to alert you to your child getting into something dangerous. Store all your poisonous materials on high shelves, out of the reach of children. And remember to label the containers. Some poison control centers supply stickers to put on dangerous chemicals so that a child understands tha t they are harmful. Ask if these are available in your locality. It's best never to place pillows in an infant's crib and. to keep the crib completely away from the cord of a Venetian blind. Never place a plastic bag or thin plastic covering within reach of an infant or small child, or near the child's bed. Don't run extension cords under the rugs. The cords wear easily and may short out, causing a fire. Keep combustibles away from the furnace, which can give off flames or sparks at times. For basic protection at minimum expense, locate one smoke detector in the hallway near each separate sleeping area. (More complete protection calls for a detector on every level of a home. Don't mount a smoke detector in areas where the alarm can be triggered inappropriately such as by smoke from cooking, steam from the shower, or in the garage where combustion products from the car's engine can set it off. Remember that smoke detectors are unreliable below 40° F. Some fire departments supply stickers that can be placed in a window to alert firefighters to the presence of a child or an elderly or handicapped person. Inquire if such stickers are available in your locality. If you live or work in a high-rise building, locate the fire exits on your floor. If an alarm sounds, remember that you should always use the fire stairs, not the elevator. Learn to distinguish the sound of a fire alarm in your building from the sound of an elevator alarm bell. If you think someone' s trapped in the elevator when, in fact, the building is starting to go up in flames, you could be in serious trouble.

Nolo s Little Law Book

Author : Shae Irving
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Software Engineering A Practitioner s Approach

Author : Roger S. Pressman
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For over 20 years, this has been the best-selling guide to software engineering for students and industry professionals alike. This seventh edition features a new part four on web engineering, which presents a complete engineering approach for the analysis, design and testing of web applications.

Super Power Breathing

Author : Paul Chappuis Bragg
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How you use your lungs controls your health, looks, resistance to disease and lifespan!

Home Safe Home

Author : Helen Maxwell
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Discusses burglars and how they work, the pros and cons of gun ownership, and the advantages and weak points of various security methods, and recommends devices and protective techniques for a variety of situations