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Chief Rhino to the Rescue! by
Call Number: E LLO
Publication Date: 2009-09-01
Chief Rhino is the bravest person in Whoops-a-Daisy World, so when he sees the flicker of flames in a window, he knows he must race to the rescue. If anyone can save the day, Chief Rhino can!
Fire! ¡Fuego! Brave Bomberos by
Call Number: E ELY
Publication Date: 2013-02-28
A brave group of firefighters set off to battle a blaze at a townhouse. Spanish words interspersed in the rhyming text are defined in a glossary.
Miss Mingo and the Fire Drill by
Call Number: E HAR
Publication Date: 2009-07-28
Stop! Drop! Roll! Learning the rules of fire safety is a lot more fun (and less scary) when demonstrated by a charming and diverse group of animals. Alligator, Panda, Octopus, and the others work hard to master the rules of fire safety and perform the perfect fire drill, but thinking about fire is a bit nerve-wracking, and each of them reacts differently — often with hilarious results. Sprinkled with fascinating facts about animal behavior, this second story about the characters in Miss Mingo’s one-of-a-kind class is sure to appeal to readers of all stripes.
Firefighters A to Z by
Call Number: J 628.92 DEM
Publication Date: 2003-05-01
A 2001 Children's Literature Choice:
Every day, brave firefighters come to our rescue. When the fire alarm sounds, men and women put on their uniforms, slide down the firehouse pole, jump in their big red trucks, and rush to save our lives. From the minute the fire alarm rings, the day of a firefighter is filled with adventure -- and danger. Wherever there is a fire, we can be sure that firefighters will always be there!
Firefighter Ted by
Call Number: E BEA
Publication Date: 2009-09-08
Burning toast, a sizzling sidewalk, volcanoes erupting at a science fair.... Danger lurks everywhere, and not a firefighter to be found.... Ted knows it is time to become Firefighter Ted. It's the least a helpful bear can do.
Curious George and the Firefighters by
Call Number: E CUR
Publication Date: 2004-08-30
It’s the formula for success for preschoolers—Curious George and fire trucks! Curious George and the Firefighters is a story based on H. A. and Margret Rey’s popular primate and painted in the original watercolor and charcoal style. Firefighters are a famously brave lot, but can they withstand a visit from one curious monkey?
Call Number: E PB HUB
Publication Date: 2012-10-16
Clang! Clang! Clang! Firefighters rush into their fireproof suits. They pull on their helmets, gloves, and boots. Then off they roar in their trucks—zooming away to save the day!
Police Officer Books
Police Officers on Patrol by
Call Number: E HAM
Publication Date: 2009-04-16
"Situation? Under control! When people need help, we rock and roll!" With Kersten Hamilton's high-energy rhyming text that begs to be read aloud, and R. W. Alley's warm and silly illustrations, this picture book is a fun and reassuring way to tell kids about what police officers do.
Call Number: E HUB or E HUB BOARDBOOK
Publication Date: 2008-09-01
Police rush off to start their day. Who know what jobs will come their way! Police keep us safe and protect us. They direct traffic, give directions, and provide first aid. The police are our friends! A lively text combined with Viviana Garofoli’s child-friendly digital illustration show what it is really like to protect and to serve.
The Police Cloud by
Call Number: E NIE
Publication Date: 2007-03-13
In this funny and tender picture book for the youngest child, a fluffy cloud gets a job (with the help of his friend the police helicopter) as a police officer. But no matter how hard he tries, the qualities that make him a cloud seem to get in the way of his duties. He blocks the sun at the park instead of helping people and obscures traffic at an intersection instead of directing it. Upset, the cloud starts to cry. And it's his streaming tears—which inadvertently put out a fire in a burning building—that lead him to his true calling in life: as a firefighter!
Policeman Small by
Call Number: E PB LEN BOARDBOOK
Publication Date: 2006-10-24
Policeman Small gets to see a lot of what goes on in town. He's at his post, directing traffic, by six o'clock in the morning. On one busy day, Policeman Small makes sure the town's kids get to school safely. He also helps an ambulance and fire truck get through the intersection, and even leads a parade on his motorcycle. During the rush, Policeman Small spreads his cheer by saying hello to all the people passing in cars.