Uncle Rocky, Fireman - Book 1 - Fire!

Rated 5.00/5 based on 7 reviews
New firefighter, Rocky Hill, arriving at his first fire is confronted by a frantic mother shouting, "Save my Baby, Save My Baby." While his partners attack the fire, Rocky, his heart pounding with the urgency of the situation, crawls through the upstairs searching for the baby trapped in her crib. Will he find her in time? More
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About James Burd Brewster

James Burd Brewster was raised in Albany, NY, learned to sail on Lake Champlain, navigated a Polar Icebreaker in the US Coast Guard, and married Katie Spivey from Wilmington, NC. They lived in Baltimore, MD when Ben and Luke heard the Rocky Hill, Fireman stories. The family grew to five (Ben, Luke, Rachel, Andrew, Sam) and settled in Pomfret, MD outside of Washington, DC. Ben and Luke are no longer 6 and 4. Ben is a Marine, married, and father of four. Luke is an Apple employee in Chicago, IL. Ben now tells Uncle Rocky stories to his sons, Levi, Micah, and Judah. -- Children can contact Uncle Rocky or the author, join the Glad To Do It! Club, or download coloring pages at: www.GladToDoIt.net

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Review by: karen1955 on Oct. 14, 2014 : (no rating)
Loved the story. The illustrations were very good. I can not wait to read this book to my nieces and nephews. I will reccomend this book to everyone.
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Review by: Peter Stephan on Jan. 03, 2014 :
I enjoyed it, especially the illustrations but it would scare the hell out of the kids in my family.
They know the drill so that's ok.
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Review by: s jane on Sep. 03, 2013 :
Love it! The detailed descriptions are great! Well done!
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Review by: Imran Razvi on July 23, 2013 :
I have 12 children and these are the kind of books I like to enjoy with them. They are well written so not only are they enjoyable but the children and I can learn from them. The illustrations are fabulous for all ages but the younger ones really enjoyed them. Values based literature that is exciting. what more could you ask for?
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Review by: Luke Brewster on July 04, 2013 :
I'm the Luke in these stories. The illustrations are exactly how I pictured the stories in my mind, and the elements that repeat between each story (like the sounds of the fire truck sirens when they leave for each fire) and some of my favorite memories from those stories.
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Review by: Joe May on June 28, 2013 :
What a nice portrayal of real life events in an informative non-offensive manner. Imparts what real service to the community means.
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Review by: Mark Stewart on June 25, 2013 :
A very nice well written children's story with good illustrations. Well done.
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