Sibo's Road Safety Campaign
PLEDGE ONE BOOK - OR MANY BOOKS! Let’s all help save our children.

Every year thousands of people in South Africa die as a result of road accidents.

"Drastic measures are needed to reign in the startling numbers" said Minister Peters with regard to the road deaths over the Christmas period in 2016/2017.

THIS IS A QUEST TO EMPOWER CHILDREN WITH KNOWLEDGE so that they can be safer on the road - either walking or travelling in a car or using public transport. "Sibo Looks Right" was written by Ginny Stone, published by Lets Look Publishers in 2016, and makes children aware of how they can take control of their own safety. These books will be distributed freely to children via the network of South African Science Centres.

Please note that at this stage of the quest we are asking for pledges only. Once we reach the target of 3000 books we will contact you to honour the pledge and deposit the corresponding amount so that the books can be printed and distributed. There are also great marketing opportunities available in this quest.

If you would like more information about this project please visit http://www.sibo.co.za . (You can also read the digital copy of "Sibo Looks Right" free on Sibo's website.)

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Lets Look Publishers are a reputable publishing company who have been supplying highly visual, quality products for both school and home for many years. Ginny Stone is the author of 14 titles in the Sibo Series. Her aim in life is to help empower children. Please visit Sibo's website for more information and other free resources. Feel free to contact us. Join us on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/SiboStories
This video is from the initial crowdfunding project in 2016. We raised enough money to make an e-book (freely available on http://www.sibo.co.za). Now we want to print another 3000 books with your help.
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