Popular Fire Engines Books

14+ [Hand Picked] Popular Books On Fire Engines

Discover the list of some best books written on Fire Engines by popular award winning authors. These book on topic Fire Engines highly popular among the readers worldwide.

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Fire Engine No. 9 by Mike Austin

Fire at the corner of 4th and Main! Go, Engine No. 9, go! Told almost entirely in sound words, this day-in-the-life look at a fire engine crew will appeal to the youngest vehicle enthusiasts and to parents with a penchant for exuberant read-aloud sessions. With art reminiscent of that in Donald Crews's transportation books, Mike Austin evokes the excitement of a 911 call as Fire at the corner of 4th and Main! Go, Engine No. 9, go! Told almost entirely in sound words, this day-in-the-life look at a fire engine crew will appeal to the youngest vehicle enthusiasts and to parents with a penchant for exuberant read-aloud sessions. With art reminiscent of that in Donald Crews's transportation books, Mike Austin evokes the excitement of a 911 call as we follow firefighters sliding down the fire pole, racing through town, and up the ladder truck. Includes fire safety tips from the Federal Emergency Management Agency! “Bold and energetic, and complete with fire-safety tips and fire-gear endpapers, this is one surefire win for the firefighter fan.” —Kirkus Reviews starred review “The simple emphatic text includes many forceful sound words… text placement, color, and size are integral parts of the dynamic illustrations.” —The Horn Book starred review ““Highly recommended for young fire engine fans.” —Booklist starred review

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3.2/5

A Fire Truck Named Red by Randall de Sève , Bob Staake (Illustrations)

A young boy has his heart set on a brand-new toy fire truck, so he is disappointed when he gets his grandfather's rusty old fire truck, Red, instead. But working together, the boy and his grandfather patch Red right up while Grandpa tells his grandson all about the adventures he had with Red when he was a boy.

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I'm Brave! by Kate McMullan , Jim McMullan (Illustrations)

From the popular creators of I’m Bad!, I Stink!, and I’m Dirty! comes the perfect new addition to this hilarious read-aloud series: the fire truck. He’s a big red ENGINE With a siren, A horn, A tank full of water, And a whole lotta HOSE! He’s a good-lookin’ fire truck, And he’s BRAVE, too. When the alarm sounds EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOO He’s gotta drive through SMOKE and HEAT Straight From the popular creators of I’m Bad!, I Stink!, and I’m Dirty! comes the perfect new addition to this hilarious read-aloud series: the fire truck. He’s a big red ENGINE With a siren, A horn, A tank full of water, And a whole lotta HOSE! He’s a good-lookin’ fire truck, And he’s BRAVE, too. When the alarm sounds EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOO He’s gotta drive through SMOKE and HEAT Straight to a blazing FIRE! HONK! HONK!

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3.9/5

Fire Trucks by Mary Lindeen

Simple text and supportive images introduce young readers to fire trucks. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade. Level 1

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4.1/5

A Chair for My Mother by Vera B. Williams

After their home is destroyed by a fire, Rosa, her mother and grandmother save their coins to buy a really comfortable chair for all to enjoy.

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3.3/5

Fire Engines by Ann Becker

Young readers will find everything they want to know in these informative books about a wide variety of machines.

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4.6/5

Fire Trucks by Cynthia Roberts

How do you steer a fire truck? Are all fire trucks alike? Get the basics on these very important rescue machines!

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3.3/5

Fire Trucks by Carol K. Lindeen , Gail Saunders-Smith

d104 and photographs introduce fire trucks and their parts such as flashing lights, sirens, hoses, and ladders.

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3.9/5

Meeow and the Big Box by Sebastien Braun

Meeow loves to draw, paint and make things.

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3.8/5

Fire Truck Factory by Catherine Anderson

Contents: Where do fire trucks come from? What are the different parts of a fire truck? How do they make the cab? How do they make the body? What happens after they are painted? What does the engine look like? What does the operating stand do? How do they make the aerial devices? What happens to the fire trucks next? Fire truck map.

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4.1/5

The Firefighters by Sue Whiting , Donna Rawlins

Children will want to grab their coats and boots and rush straight to this winsome firefighting tale full of sound words and bright illustrations. "Weee-ooo! Weee-ooo! Weee-ooo! Our fi re engines are fast and noisy — just like the real ones." From sounding the siren to speeding off in their fire engines (empty boxes will do), from finding the fire to expertly putting it out, Children will want to grab their coats and boots and rush straight to this winsome firefighting tale full of sound words and bright illustrations. "Weee-ooo! Weee-ooo! Weee-ooo! Our fi re engines are fast and noisy — just like the real ones." From sounding the siren to speeding off in their fire engines (empty boxes will do), from finding the fire to expertly putting it out, the children love playing firefighters with Mrs. Iverson. They are brave and strong, just like real firefighters. And after a hard day of fighting fires, nothing is better than having two real live firefighters come to visit and getting to climb aboard their big, red, shiny fire engine!

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3.5/5

Clifford The Firehouse Dog by Norman Bridwell

Released in time for "Fire Prevention Week" in October, Emily Elizabeth and Clifford pay a visit to Clifford's brother Nero, a fire rescue dog. While learning about fire safety, Clifford unexpectedly helps out on a fire and rescues people from a burning building. Full color illustrations.

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3.2/5

If I Could Drive a Fire Truck! by Michael Teitelbaum , Jeff Walker

Gemma loves to play with her favorite toy fire truck while riding in the car to visit Grandma. But when she wonders, What if I could drive a fire truck? her imagination takes off, and exciting things happen! This shaped 8x8 storybook shows children how fire trucks help brave firefighters do their jobs.

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3.8/5

Fire Engines by Anne Rockwell

Told from a child's point of view, this book is all about that most fabulous of machines: the fire engine.

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