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On Those Runaway Days eBook
Alison Feigh and illustrated by Laura Logan 
On Those Runaway Days eBook

On Those Runaway Days is available exclusively as an eBook. View where you can purchase the eBook.

When children feel overwhelmed, angry, or unsafe at home or in school, they may see running away as a solution to their worries instead of what it really is—a dangerous way to avoid working out a problem. Written by an expert in child safety, this book provides anger management techniques for children, teaching kids an important set of coping strategies to use on those “runaway days.” Strategies include deep breathing, listening to gut instincts, seeking out and talking to trusted adults, and remembering they are loved—all of which will help them handle high-stress situations throughout life.

Ideal for children, parents, teachers, and counselors.


  Downloads from On Those Runaway Days

Note to Parents and Caregivers
Personal Safety Tips


A portion of all proceeds will be donated by the author to the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center, an organization dedicated to educating adults and communities to prevent the exploitation of children.

32 pages, illustrated, hardcover, full-color, 10¼" x 7¾", ISBN 978-1-57542-772-0

F&P: Grade 1/Ages 4–8/J
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“The simple color illustrations add a comforting touch to this highly recommended picturebook, ideal for parents (or teachers) to read aloud to children as a lead-in to talking about tough issues, and as a preventative to teach children about better options than running away before a crisis happens.”—Midwest Book Review

“A brilliant book that affirms children and takes away fear in a sometimes frightening world.”
Patty Wetterling, cofounder, Jacob Wetterling Resource Center

“If families followed the advice in On Those Runaway Days, fewer kids would choose to run from home.”—Maureen Blaha, Executive Director, National Runaway Switchboard

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I Can Play It Safe
Alison Feigh and illustrated by Laura Logan