Rod Green & Stephen Biesty
Templar, 2015 (2015)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
hildren five years of age and older who would like to learn more about various types of emergency vehicles will find this book amazing. The detailed illustrations are accompanied by over forty flaps that the reader can lift to discover additional information about each vehicle.
ou'll find inside information on a high-tech police car, a pumper fire truck, a flying firefighting plane that scoops water from lakes, a submarine rescue craft, a large fireboat, an air ambulance helicopter, a regular ambulance and a sea rescue craft.
idebars include other emergency vehicles and plenty of facts about each of the featured machines, while the tabs take the reader inside each vehicle to show how it functions and what special features it has.
he first time through the tabs are a bit hard to open and even locate, so mom or dad will have to lend a hand to make sure all the tabs are found and folded back.
solid combination of excellent illustrations and highly informative material on emergency vehicles, this book will fascinate curious young readers and even their parents will find it a worthwhile read.
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