Did you ever notice that many of our beloved bedtime stories are actually dealing with "Stranger-Danger" issues???
Little Red Riding Hood, that little girl walks through the woods all by herself and brings her grandma her supper, only to find a BIG BAD WOLF hidden in grandma's bed....good fing super Gussie was flying by
and saved her by putting that Wolf back on the game reserve that he had escaped from! Moral of the story: Don't go into the woods by yourself EVERS and take Grandma out to McDonalds for lunch instead!! There is safety in crowds.
The Three Little Pigs, so here you have three pigs, who live together without a parent in the house, and ANOTHER BIG BAD WOLF comes to their door to eat them. He tries to fool them at first but they are pretty smart, and then he tries to blow down their door, but Super Gussie
once again comes to the rescue, and grabs up that ole Wolf and puts him safely back AGAIN on the game reserve. So make sure when you live in a house wif three little pigs, you also have an adult that lives with you, it is not safe for little pigs to live alone!
Snow White and the Seven Little Guys, so this little girl lives in the woods wif seven little hard working guys. They go off to the mines to make monies, and leaves her alone in the house, and this old woman comes bringing her apples. That little girl eats the apple and falls into a big sleep until Super Gussie comes along and gives her a kiss...hers wakes right up...blush blush....So again, folks, stay out of the woods when you are alone, do not answer the door unless there is an adult at home wif you, and nevers take apples or food, or candy or anyfing from strangers...nevers!!
Talk to your parents about their rules with strangers. Always play in groups, cos there is safety in numbers.
STAY SAFE AND BE SMART!
Angus McConnell Long