Reader book available for RSOs to order
The second in a series of three road safety reader books illustrated by Mark Beech and produced by Sandwell’s road safety team is now available for RSOs to order.
‘How did the chicken cross the road?’ follows hot on the heels of ‘The Green man’, which has been very well received, according to Sandwell’s John Billington.
The book is available for RSOs to order at a cost of 40p each, or 35p each for 2000 or more copies (which could be a mixed order to include The Green Man. The book is scheduled to go to print on Monday 25 January.
For more information or to order contact John Billington on 0121 569 4270.
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