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Fireman Small Paperback – August 26, 1996
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Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Linda R. Skeele, Western Elementary School, Georgetown, KY
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"read it again" - thats what my little one says each time we read this book. His teacher sent it home as part of a book rotating program, and it was so great I had to buy... Read morePublished 3 months ago by AngeButterfly
I bought a bunch of these and gave them as party favors for my son's 3rd Birthday party. HE loves the book and still wants to read it years later.Published 5 months ago by Demigog
Wonderful book on firemen that my kids will say the lines to. Easily one of our most read fireman books because it is so fun to read. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Uriah O
This was a childhood favorite of my children, so I bought it as a gift for a friend. The order was received exactly as described and in a timely fashion.Published 21 months ago by Java235
We've given this as a gift to children of friends. It was one of our favorites to read to our kids when they were young. Still have most of it memorized!Published 21 months ago by irish4
My son had this book and it somehow was lost. We liked it so much that we bought it again!Published 23 months ago by sadi
I've used this for years reading with pre-readers, mostly preschoolers, of all races. I love it that the race of Fireman Small is so ambiguous. Read morePublished on July 1, 2014 by elizabeth harvin
The illustrations make it silly and the repetition in the story is delightful to my classroom of three year olds. An instant class fave.Published on April 17, 2014 by jek-a-go-go