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Fire Chief Bob and Reggie to the Rescue by Colleen Baxter Sullivan is your guide to fire safety presented in a step-by-step coloring book. Join Fire Chief Bob and his trusty friend Reggie in learning how to be safe, develop a fire evacuation plan, and how to prevent fires. Adorable cartoon children look inviting with their expressive faces and open arms. Children will love coloring these relatable characters, which makes a serious topic like fire safety more fun. Parents will love the subtle reminders and, hopefully, they’ll act out what to do if they hear the fire alarm at home. How should you exit if you’re in your bedroom? What about the kitchen? Teachers will like the interactive coloring pages with helpful tips on how to avoid fires and how to react if there is a fire.
What a wonderful way to learn about fire safety! Fire Chief Bob and Reggie to the Rescue by Colleen Baxter Sullivan is a great book for exploring fire safety in a non-preachy way. Illustrator Vova Kirichenko has created wonderful images for children and adults to learn more about fire prevention. Vova Kirichenko's beautiful pictures fill each page but also illustrate the story. The black and white artwork can be colored in so children spend a little more time on each page. The inviting visuals will draw young readers into the book and help them learn serious safety tips. The story features several children who are touring a fire station with the Fire Chief and a Dalmatian and learning valuable safety tips