Let's teach kids to save lives!

The first children's picture book to teach kids when and how to call for an ambulance in an emergency.

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Amelia Harrison reading Toby the Teddy book to children

A magnet may be what saves your life.

I, Amelia, found that one of the largest perceived barriers to a child calling 000 was the fact that kindergarten and primary school aged children are often unable to remember their home address. Consider this an issue no longer, we have come up with a solution!

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Teaching, Twinkl and Toby the Teddy!

We are thrilled to finally unveil a new collaboration between Toby the Teddy and Twinkl Australia

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Amelia Harrison - Herald Sun feature with Toby the Teddy

Toby the Teddy’s fundamental purpose

Children have been identified as a vulnerable population and one of the most at risk groups of people for not being able to call for help when required. With extensive market research, we were able to identify a gap in children’s literature and teaching resources – namely the unavailability of any literary material that would help facilitate the conversation between children and their parents or teachers as to when and how to call 000.

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A timely and important contribution to children's literature.

The Hon Josh Frydenberg, Federal Member for Kooyong, Minister for the Environment and Energy

This book will save lives. 

Luke Morrison, Paramedic

I cannot praise this book more. A must have for all families, kinders, day care and primary schools.

Susan McLean, Cybersafety Expert & Published Author

Certainly from my perspective, the publication and distribution of this book would serve a far reaching educational purpose for the Australian community, filling this void in children's literature. 

The Hon Kelly O'Dwyer, Federal Member for Higgins, Minister for Revenue and Financial Services

This delightful book not only engages the reader through its wonderful story and illustrations, but it also provides valuable information to children at the same time.

Catherine Maimone Crowhurst, Director of Rathfarnham ELC – Year 6, Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak

This book enables parents the opportunity to teach their children how to respond in a variety of situations and help them to retain the necessary information. A story we will read again and again!

Rebecca Home, Mother & Lawyer

This book is great for junior class rooms. It is a wonderful whole-class book that fosters opportunities for learning and discussion amongst students. I believe it will teach kids a valuable life lesson and ultimately will help to save lives both at school and at home.

Stephanie Gorman, Primary School Teacher

This delightful book, is sure to not only entertain little ones, but also educate them about emergencies, and what to do if one should arise. The book is beautifully written and the illustration is magical.

Ulli and Benedict Coulter, Co-Founders Baby’s Brilliant

This book is one of a kind, there are not many books out there in Australia that focus on the 000 number, when you asked most children what the emergency number is, they associate it with 911. I believe this book will help many Australian children develop a better understanding of what to do in case of an emergency.

Anthea Georgiou, Primary School Teacher