Going to the Firehouse
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Going to the Firehouse (Little Critter Readers)

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Whoosh! goes the water hose. Ooo! Eee! Ooo! goes the siren. Ding! Ding! goes the fire alarm.

Little Critter and his classmates are taking a trip to the firehouse! Little Critter puts on his boots and jacket—now he's ready to help Fireman Joe. After checking the hose and ladder, Little Critter is ready for a fireman's helmet of his own. Join Little Critter as he learns to st...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published June 24th 2008 by HarperCollins
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midnightfaerie
Another Mercer Mayer book that all my kids enjoyed. My 5 yr old just adores Mayer and requests her books constantly. I read them at the breakfast or lunch table and even my 3 yr old twins get into them. Fun engaging themes that any child can relate to, a great addition to any children's library. This one was a level 1 reader, so a little on the easy side, but all of us still enjoyed it.
Margaret
This book was included in our Little Critter Collection: Contains Little Critter: Going to the Firehouse, Little Critter: Going to the Sea Park, and Little Critter: Snowball Soup and this is our first exposure to Little Critter and it's a delight. I had seen this guy around, but never really looked into it until now. AppleBlossom is at the stage where Level "My First" I Can Read! books are perfect and so I'm looking all around to see what I can find.

Little Critter: Going to the Firehouse is a g...more
Christian Padgett
This is a great book to use with young children to talk about community helpers. It talks about some of the things firemen do. It also begins to talk about fire safety. This is a great way to introduce these two topics.
Hannah Sheffield
This would be a great book to read before taking a field trip to the firehouse. It would also be a good book to read about fire safety.
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I began illustrating books in 1966. Since that time I have published over 300 books. Most of my books are about things that happened to me when I was a little kid. Now I'm a big kid and I write about things that happen now, especially with my own children. They always remind me of what it was like.

I was born in Arkansas in 1943. Boy, that was a long time ago! It's real fun to be an old kid. Then m...more
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