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Ethan Saves Himself! written by Dena Blum-Rothman and Sydney Rothman; Illustrated by Claudia Wolf.

A wonderful story based on real-life events of how a young boy learns to “Swim-Float-Swim” and, by remembering his training, he saves himself “TWICE” with “no flotation device!”

Complete with 10 drowning facts for parents to know.

Ratings: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)

Softcover

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Book description

Full spread illustrations in a lifelike style.

Publisher:                               Seahorse Publishing

Publication date:                  10/05/2021

Pages:                                     32

Product Dimensions:           10.15(w) x 10.15(h) x 0.15(d) – softcover

Age Range:                             infant – 7 years

Notes about the author

Dena has been a survival swim instructor in Connecticut for over 15 years. Yet she felt compelled to do more. Given the geographic limitations of her ability to spread the word about the importance of these life-saving lessons, she decided that a book which would appeal to children and their parents would be the best way to spread the word. Given that there are Infant Aquatics Instructors throughout the country, her hope is that someone in another state sees her book, shares it with their children, and then takes lessons from a local instructor.

Find an Instructor Near You: Survival Swim instructor

DROWNING is Preventable!! Survival swimming lessons save lives. They are NOT like traditional lessons. These lessons teach children as young as 6 months old how to RESCUE THEMSELVES in an aquatic emergency.

Ethan Saves Himself by Dena Blum-Rothman and Sydney Rothman, Illustrated by Claudia Wolf. A wonderful story based on real-life events of how a young boy learns to “Swim-Float-Swim” and, by remembering his training, he saves himself “TWICE” with “no flotation device”! Complete with 10 drowning facts for parents to know

Users: 4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)