When Curious George's new bath toys go down the drain, it's time to call the plumber. With some amazing tools (and George's help), the toys are found and the pipes are cleared. When a second drain disaster occurs, George tries fixing it on his own, "without "the same success. Ultimately, George learns that the best way to keep the plumbing system working is to prevent clogs in the first place . . . "and "to invest in extra large (and extra fun) bath toys. George's latest adventure includes fun facts about how water gets to your house along with a coloring and tool-labeling activity.
When someone has successfully completed a Standard First Aid Course, they often have a desire to extend their knowledge of first aid. The aim of this book is to give the holders of a Standard First Aid Certificate the opportunity to study the principles of first aid in greater detail. It is not intended to convert the first aider into a highly trained paramedic - so a discussion on the use of intra- venous fluids, defibrillators etc., is beyond the scope of this book. It is hoped that the book will provide a useful in-depth study for demonstrators, instructors and first aiders likely to be involved in ambulance duties. I am very grateful to Brigadier D.O. O'Brien, Chief Medical Adviser, British Red Cross Society and Mrs. R.H. Smith, Assistant Branch Director (Training), Leicestershire Branch of the British Red Cross Society for their helpful comments and encouragement. I acknowledge the use of illustrations from the Clinical Symposia Series by CIBA on the "Heimlich Manoeuvre" to form the basis of Figures 3.7,3.8 and 3.9.