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Flash, the Little Fire Engine ➿ Flash, the Little Fire Engine Free ➶ Author Pam Calvert – Thomashillier.co.uk It s Flash s first day on the job as a little fire engine and it s going to be a busy one But Flash is ready to jump into action and save the day The only problem is, every time Flash tries to pitch i It s Flash Little Fire MOBI ☆ s first day on the job as a little fire engine and it s going to be a busy one But Flash is ready to jump into action and save the day The only problem is, every time Flash tries to pitch in, he is either too little or Flash, the PDF or too late to help out What if no one needs him When a fire erupts in the middle of town, it looks like Flash might be the only one available to help Does he have what it takes to save the day.


10 thoughts on “Flash, the Little Fire Engine

  1. Baby Bookworm Baby Bookworm says:

    Hello, friends Our book today is Flash, The Little Fire Engine, written by Pam Calvert and illustrated by Jennifer Taylor, a look at different fire fighting vehicles and the jobs they perform.Meet Flash, the little red fire engine The chief says he s finally ready for his first day on the job, and he s excited He spends the morning waiting for a call, watching the passersby in the town square from his engine bay, wondering what his first job will be Suddenly, the alarm sounds an emergency Hello, friends Our book today is Flash, The Little Fire Engine, written by Pam Calvert and illustrated by Jennifer Taylor, a look at different fire fighting vehicles and the jobs they perform.Meet Flash, the little red fire engine The chief says he s finally ready for his first day on the job, and he s excited He spends the morning waiting for a call, watching the passersby in the town square from his engine bay, wondering what his first job will be Suddenly, the alarm sounds an emergency at the airport But when Flash gets there, his pal Crash the airport tender warns him that he s too small, and to leave this job to her The same thing happens at the next few calls a building fire is taken care of by Laddie the ladder truck, and a forest fire by an airplane and foam truck Flash is beginning to feel discouraged is there any job meant for him to do But when a call comes in for a location close to home, Flash finds his courage to save the day.Very cute Flash s series of disappointments serve duel purpose, introducing little readers to an array of firefighting apparatus and vehicles while imparting the message that we all have unique talents and skills In the end, the engine and his human compatriots get to save a load of cute and furry animals perhaps not a raging forest fire or flaming airliner, but a worthy act of heroism indeed, that he was brave and skilled enough to do The focus on Flash being still too little will especially ring true to young readers, even if it s a little confusing as to how Flash might someday grow larger The art and story also feature a healthy dose of representation half of the heroic firefighting vehicles are girls, and the human firefighters are a mix of skintones and genders The story is a good length for any age, and JJ enjoyed it a lot, in particular the ample uses of onomatopoeia A fantastic read for aspiring firefighters, and Baby Bookworm approved Note A copy of this book was provided to The Baby Bookworm by a representative of the author in exchange for an honest review


  2. Mortisha Cassavetes Mortisha Cassavetes says:

    So cute This story follows Flash, the little fire engine that wants to help with every fire but soon finds out that he is not needed for some situations but he is the right size for the pet shop Bright and colorful illustrations I highly recommend this book for kids of all ages.


  3. Stacie Stacie says:

    For all the little kids who have been told they aren t big enough or old enough or smart enough to do something, FLASH THE LITTLE FIRE ENGINE is the story for them.Flash is so excited to join the other fire engines and it s his first day on the job He can t wait to help out and when the first fire call comes in he rushes out with the other fire trucks But each time, he is told he isn t big enough to handle the fire Crash handles the airplane fire at the airport Laddie handles the high rise a For all the little kids who have been told they aren t big enough or old enough or smart enough to do something, FLASH THE LITTLE FIRE ENGINE is the story for them.Flash is so excited to join the other fire engines and it s his first day on the job He can t wait to help out and when the first fire call comes in he rushes out with the other fire trucks But each time, he is told he isn t big enough to handle the fire Crash handles the airplane fire at the airport Laddie handles the high rise apartment fire Tank and Fizz handle the forest wildfire Flash is feeling defeated and unwanted until a call comes in and he is the only one who can get there in time.The illustrations fill the pages and are brightly colored They also share the emotion on the fire trucks as well as the humans on the pages Kids will love voicing the onomatopoeias and sound effects in the story.Kids who love fire engines or stories of heroes saving the day will love this new picture book


  4. Amanda Amanda says:

    Mister liked this but didn t LOVE it It was LONG, and he was getting frustrated that Flash was NOT getting to save the day On the plus side, there was the satisfactory fire truck noises, but on the negative side, he was a bit bothered with the anthropomorphization of the vehicles and of the animals being in danger.


  5. Robin Morgan Robin Morgan says:

    I and my inner child read this book via anKINDLE Unlimited download.Growing up as a child, I can remember reading a picture book entitled The Little Engine That Could It s about a little blue engine who had ultimately agreed to undertake the task of helping another train which had filled with toys and gifts for little boys and girls that broke down before reaching the children After asking several passing trains for help over the hill, this little blue train agrees to help the stra I and my inner child read this book via anKINDLE Unlimited download.Growing up as a child, I can remember reading a picture book entitled The Little Engine That Could It s about a little blue engine who had ultimately agreed to undertake the task of helping another train which had filled with toys and gifts for little boys and girls that broke down before reaching the children After asking several passing trains for help over the hill, this little blue train agrees to help the stranded toys Even though she had been small, the blue train tried her best to bring the toys to the children on the other side of the hill while all through attempt she kept on repeating that she thinks she can, and ultimately succeeds despite her small size.So, when I saw this book online, I thought my inner child would enjoy reading it, for the lesson it tries to teach, and this is my inner child review.Reading this book, I didn t whether Flash, the little fire was a girl or a boy, but it didn t matter because I loved reading the story, so I m going to pretend Flash is a girl Being on the job for her first day, Flash was happy and very eager to start putting out fires like the bigger fire engines must have enjoyed doing for a long time When the first fire started on her first day on the job, at the airport on an airplane, Flash was happy and eager to help fight her first fire, another fire engine told Flash it was too big for her, which made her feel sad.At the next fire, in the forest, Flash got there too late to help in fighting the fire, and she not only became sad again she also felt upset and not needed But, on her way back to the firehouse she got a call from the fire chief that she s needed at the town s square and she s the only one who will be able to get there to put the fire out in time to help save the animal shelter and all the animals and people inside Happy to feel needed she had been able to put the fire out and everyone inside.When she finally got back to her firehouse, Flash got a surprise when she saw everyone under a big sign which said, HOORAY FOR LITTLE FLASH You Saved the Day The lessons which I got reading this story is that things will happen when they are supposed to happen and that you can t get what you want when you want them to happen I also learned that your size doesn t matter because you can do anything you want to do even if you are smaller than anyone else Which is why as an inner child I m giving this book and the beautiful colorful drawings it has a BIG 5 STARS


  6. Clwseattle Clwseattle says:

    As I read Flash, the Little Fire Engine I kept thinking, Oh my gosh, is this going to scare little children with the repetitive The fire is out The people are saved But as I closed the cover, I had a big silly, smile on my face I M FLASH THE LITTLE FIRE ENGINE, READY FOR THE DAY 5 stars for a happy little red engine and his book I love a little boy, soon to be four, who will love it


  7. Anthony Anthony says:

    It s Flash, the little fire engine s first day on the job, and he s ready to jump right in and help But every fire that he responds to, he is not really needed On his way back to the fire station at the end of his shift he is dispatched to respond to a fire, and this time he can and does assist in a very big way.


  8. Sandra Sandra says:

    Ehhhhh this ended up being kind of mediocre and the cadence didn t work right to me But my son s undying love for fire cars means we keep reading it.


  9. Karen Karen says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The message is a bit overdone Planes, forests and animals in danger I was done


  10. Kaleena Kaleena says:

    Very well done Cute story with a nice lesson Would definitely recommend for young elementary and preschool age children.


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