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The Firefighters

The Firefighters
 

Step into a child's world of imaginary play with this energetic book, now in big book format perfect for classrooms. Encourage your class to become firefighters and join in and pretend with Jack, Mia and Mrs Iverson!

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ISBN 9781921529702
Barcode 9781921529702
Published 1 April 2010 by Walker Books Australia
Format Paperback
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Author(s) By Whiting, Sue
Illustrated by Rawlins, Donna
Availability Out of print

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ISBN-13 9781921529702
ISBN-10 1921529709
Stock Out of stock
Status Out of print
Publisher Walker Books Australia
Imprint Walker Books Australia
Publication Date 1 April 2010
Publication Country Australia Australia
Format Paperback
Author(s) By Whiting, Sue
Illustrated by Rawlins, Donna
Category Big Books Picture books
General Picture Books
Australian
Number of Pages 32
Dimensions Width: 378mm
Height: 440mm
Spine: 5mm
Weight 510g
Interest Age 5-8 years
Reading Age 5-8 years
NBS Text Picture Books
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Dewey Code A823.00;823.92
Catalogue Code NZ505349

Description of this Book

Step into a child's world of imaginary play with this energetic book, now in big book format perfect for classrooms. Encourage your class to become firefighters and join in and pretend with Jack, Mia and Mrs Iverson!

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Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings

NZ Review From its appealing cover onwards this book is a treasure trove of delights -- tbc * Bookseller+Publisher * Highly recommended for both enjoyment and instruction -- tbc * Magpies * is the sort of book that will have parents saying EE-ORRR! EEE-ORRR! In their sleep! * The Courier Mail * Sue Whiting gives a familiar theme a fresh treatent in The Firefighters and her energetic, fast-paced text is well complemented by Donna Rawlins' vibrant illustrations. * The Sound Telegraph * This is a great read-aloud with sound effects and dialogue that invite dramatisation. * Otago Daily Times *

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Author's Bio

After developing a passion for children's literature as a primary school teacher, Sue Whiting now works full time in the field she loves, dividing her time between working as a children's book editor and writing stories for young people. Sue has had almost sixty children's books published, ranging from rhyming romping verse for the very young to novels for pre-teens. For more information about the author, please visit her website: www.suewhiting.com Donna Rawlins was born in Melbourne Australia. She has worked in Publishing (in house and freelance) as a designer, editor, illustrator and writer since 1979 and has taught (part-time) illustration and graphic design in tertiary and TAFE since 1983. Donna tours and lectures regularly in Australia and internationally, running workshops for students, teachers, librarians and is actively involved in voluntary work dedicated to children's literature and early childhood intervention for children with special needs.

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