"Despite good intentions, a popular topic, and a closing page of vague safety tips ('When you need help, talk to a trusted adult or a friend'), this clunker will neither engage child readers nor inform them. (Picture book. 5-7)"
Between shared breakfast and dinner, a pair of uniformed police officers minds a small-town beat in this wooden, sexist companion to the much superior Dot the Fire Dog (2001).
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