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National Fire Protection Association: Welcome to Sparkyville

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Thwart Danger Dog’s attempts to wreak havoc in Sparkyville by fixing the messes he’s created at Sparky’s house. There are safety lapses inside and outside Sparky’s place. You’ll need to look throughout the house, the car, the pool, and around Sparky’s bike not only to find the problems, but also to find clues to ways to make his life safer. Sparky is always standing by with some sage advice of where to look and what to do if you get stuck. Along the way you’ll find many ways to make your home and life safer.

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