At Serious Comedy we love trees. That is why we take the greatest care to create unique publications that end up on bookshelves and not in rubbish bins.
Trolls, mortified teachers, and a brain filled food blender! What kid wouldn’t be interested in that? Beneath the screen is a series of darkly funny poems for children exploring the unpleasant side of the internet. Each thought provoking rhyme has been written to inspire a lively e-safety debate and talk to a young audience about the less desirable parts of the online world.
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With so many primary school age children now in possession of mobile phones, this campaign booklet is a fun but powerful reminder of the dangers of using their device while walking down the street.
Our scooter safety resource has sold 86,000 copies so far and is being used by Road Safety Officers across the UK to educate children. Fun and engaging this little book has become a firm favourite with children 3 and up.
Nobody wants to see penguins fly and Sloths shouldn't travel at breakneck speed. But that's what happens when they try to ride a bike safely. Your children can laugh at these calamitous creatures, but they can learn from their mistakes too.
Gorillas struggle to turn off the tap when they clean their teeth and crocodiles can’t ride a bike to school. Slugs want to switch off a light when leaving a room but always seem to fail. The animals in this book are trying desperately to save the planet but can’t. They need your help and here you can find out how.
Two Bikes in a Shed has been created to help alleviate the anxiety of cycling unaided for the first time. Told in rhyme, this book helps build confidence, relieve anxiety and can be enjoyed by both child and parents.
Presented as a test, children get to ask their parents to reflect on their driving habits by simply ticking ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ if they witness any of the featured bad behaviour.