Would you give fireworks to a child?
As beautiful and breathtaking as they are, fireworks in the hands of a child are potential deadly weapons.
Despite the messages, adverts and government campaigns more than a thousand people are maimed each year by fireworks and most of them are children.
You'll see in the video how Rav Wilding met a young victim whose life drastically changed because of playing with fireworks.
Jake had dreams of studying art before he was maimed at the age of 15. He found a firework on the floor, lit it and bang.
The firework immediately went off and the left hand that Jake used to draw with, was damaged beyond full repair - to this day Jake doesn't have full usage of his hand.
The law states that it's a criminal offence to sell fireworks to under 18s but sadly some retailers are still breaking the law.
The One Show went undercover to find out how easy it would be for a teenager to get hold of some fireworks.
It's heartening that eight out of ten shops didn't sell any fireworks to 15-year-old Sarah but that still means two retailers did.
Why isn't the threat of a £5,000 for each sale or a prison sentence of up to six months enough to put some of these retailers off?
And if Jake went and showed other children his injuries would that make them realise the potential danger of fireworks?