What's It Really Like to Be a Firefighter? (20)

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Some kids see a fire engine racing down the street with its sirens blasting and lights flashing and think about how exciting it is. But most people have no idea what it takes to become a firefighter. This volume describes the training firefighters must undergo to learn how to fight fires and rescue people. Readers will learn the tough roles firefighters must fill in different types of emergencies. They'll hear about the dangers of firefighting and how firefighters teach the community to stay safe. Images of firefighters at work and the important trucks and equipment they use will pull would-be rescuers into this book. "These books could be used as an introductory resource for individuals just beginning to research a career and will be an excellent addition to libraries looking to increase their career section. This attractive series is oriented to elementary or middle school students beginning to think about what they might like to do as adults. RECOMMENDED” -School Library Connection “Jobs Kids Want" is for young readers preschool through third grade that showcases eight specific occupations…Each 24-page book introduces children to the concept of 'community helpers' and has full color illustrations throughout in the support of an informative and thoroughly kid friendly text…For the benefit of their students and patrons, school and community libraries should acquire the entire set intact.” -Midwest Book Review
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    • SKU
      RR12418
  • Series
    Jobs Kids Want
  • Manufacturer
    Rosen and PowerKids
  • Publisher or imprint
    Rosen: PowerKids Press
  • Author
    Honders, Christine
  • ISBN-13
    978-1-5383-4990-8
  • Format
    Library Binding
  • Size
    8 1/2" x 8 1/2"
  • Reading Interest
    1,2,3,4
  • # of Pages
    24
  • Dewey Decimal
    363.37023--dc23
  • Guided Reading Level
    I
  • Date Published
    2020
Some kids see a fire engine racing down the street with its sirens blasting and lights flashing and think about how exciting it is. But most people have no idea what it takes to become a firefighter. This volume describes the training firefighters must undergo to learn how to fight fires and rescue people. Readers will learn the tough roles firefighters must fill in different types of emergencies. They'll hear about the dangers of firefighting and how firefighters teach the community to stay safe. Images of firefighters at work and the important trucks and equipment they use will pull would-be rescuers into this book. "These books could be used as an introductory resource for individuals just beginning to research a career and will be an excellent addition to libraries looking to increase their career section. This attractive series is oriented to elementary or middle school students beginning to think about what they might like to do as adults. RECOMMENDED” -School Library Connection “Jobs Kids Want" is for young readers preschool through third grade that showcases eight specific occupations…Each 24-page book introduces children to the concept of 'community helpers' and has full color illustrations throughout in the support of an informative and thoroughly kid friendly text…For the benefit of their students and patrons, school and community libraries should acquire the entire set intact.” -Midwest Book Review

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