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Publisher's Summary

Flying drones can be exciting and a lot of fun, and even young kids can do it - as long as they know the fundamental drone safety rules, like keeping away from airports, cars, roads, and people, or not flying at night. That’s why one dad decides to teach drone safety rules to his children, and the drone adventure begins!

This book is perfect for:

  • Young kids who love to fly drones
  • Kids interested in new emerging technology 
  • Ideal for a bedtime story, the classroom or library
  • A gift to a young kid who is interested in drones
  • Parents who own drones and want to teach their kids drone rules
  • Families who love to fly drones as a family activity

For kids aged five to 12 and an excellent resource for schools, teachers, and parents.

Drones flying, excited kids laughing, and the best family time ever!

Drone Adventure is a simple but effective book to help kids understand basic drone safety rules.

Written by Chris Mather and published by Bendigo Aerial, a commercial drone operator on a mission to share their passion with young kids.

©2021 Bendigo Aerial (P)2021 Bendigo Aerial

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