Fire! Fire! Review

By Chief / September 23, 2013

Overall Rating (based on customer reviews): 4.8 out of 5 stars
4.8 out of 5 stars

Fire! Fire!

The specs of ‘Fire! Fire!’ are:

  • Publisher: HarperCollins (1987-03-01)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0064460584
  • Product Dimensions: 8.6×6.6×0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1 pounds

Here are some REAL customer reviews:

“All kinds of fire fighters!”

My 5.5 yr old son LOVES this book! He renewed it for four weeks at the school library before they made him turn it in, and then cried about it. The book teaches kids about different kinds of fire fighters. Most of us think of a fire fighters down at… Read more

“My son’s all-time favorate fire fighting book — mine too!”

My son judges a bookstore or library by number and quality of fire engine books. This book is our favorite. There is information in this book that is not in any other book we've read (and we have read many) and still it is an easy read. Gail Gibbons… Read more

“Fire! Fire! Awesome! Awesome!”

I purchased this book for my 3 year old son with the intent to acquaint him with exactly what firefighters and their apparatus do. I recently joined our local volunteer fire department and my son has been afraid of the sirens of our nearby station for… Read more

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About the author

Chief

Retired Battalion Chief with 27yrs of experience in the Fire Service. Serving the people of Hudson County New Jersey in a department called North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue protecting West New York, Union City, Weehawken, North Bergen, and Guttenburg. This area is one of the most densely populated in the the United States. The department is operating with 10 Engine companies, 4 Ladder companies, 1 Rescue company, 1 Safety Officer, 3 Battalion Chief's and 1 Deputy Chief. Some of my specific skill areas are Staff development and leadership, Emergency response procedures, Standard operating procedure writing, Training Instruction, Incident management, Radio communications, Fire Safety, Fire Prevention

Chief - January 12, 2014

REMEMBER TOO NEVER USE ELEVATORS IN EVENT OF A FIRE: USE THE STAIRS !!!!!!!

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