If you are hanging from a trapezeAnd up sneaks a camel with bony knees, Remember this rule, if you please--Never talk to strangers. This book brilliantly highlights situations that children will find themselves in--whether they're at home and the doorbell rings, or playing in the park, or mailing a letter on their street--and tells them what to do if a stranger (always portrayed as a large animal, such as a rhi) approaches. Colorful, '60s-style -psychedelic- artwork and witty, lively rhyme clearly spell out a message about safety that empowers kids, and that has never been more relevant. Irma Joyce wrote many Golden Books during the 1960s. George Buckett was a popular children's book illustrator during the 1960s.