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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Toys, Tools, Guns & Rules: A Children's Book About Gun Safety

That's the title of a new book for children about firearm safety by Julie Golob.

Besides being a World Champion Shooter, Julie is a strong advocate for the Second Amendment, appearing in a series of ads for the NRA, a lead trainer in NRATV's Love at First Shot series, as well as helping promote safe storage through the National Shooting Sports Foundation's Project ChildSafe.  She also is a great advocate for getting shooters involved in competitive shooting sports.  Julie's YouTube page describes the book like this:
There are hundreds of millions of guns in the United States alone. Despite how polarizing the media and politics have made the topic of firearms, we must talk with our children about guns and firearm safety to protect them and help prevent deaths and injuries. World-champion professional shooter, firearms instructor, and mother Julie Golob helps you start a conversation about firearms with young children. Toys, Tools, Guns & Rules helps parents break the ice with kids on this taboo topic.

Colorful and realistic illustrations inspire essential conversations about guns by:
  • Comparing firearms to other potentially dangerous adult tools.
  • Exploring the different types of firearms and what can they look like.
  • Educating curious minds about how firearms work and the most dangerous parts of a gun.
  • Identifying adults children may know who safely and responsibly use firearms.
Golob also provides a useful guide for parents on how to make the most out of Toys, Tools, Guns & Rules, so that you can answer the questions and establish your own family rules when it comes to firearms. Don’t let the fear of guns or their potential danger keep you from talking about them. Gun safety is for everyone.

Learn more at kidsgunsafetybook.com
Oh,  Julie's also running for the NRA Board this year.  You can find out more about that here.   If she wins, don't expect her to be a celebrity board member that doesn't show up.  She has a passion for the shooting sports and firearm freedom.

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