Happy Perfect Picture Book Friday, Everyone!
Just for a change, I’m on the road again! But this time I managed to write my post before I left. I hope you’re as impressed with me as I am 🙂
Today, in honor of the fact that I’m traveling with my boy, I’d like to share a book that I read to him approximately 3 million times when he was little 🙂
Written & Illustrated By: Wong Herbert Yee
Houghton Mifflin, 1994, Fiction
Suitable For Ages: 2-6
Themes/Topics: firefighters, helping others
Opening: “In the middle of town, where buildings stand tall
There lives a little man called Fireman Small.
The only firefighter this side of the bay,
Fireman Small works night and day.”
Brief Synopsis: Fireman Small wants nothing more than a good sleep, but as the only firefighter around, his work never seems to be done!
Why I Like This Book: Catchy rhyme, a plucky little fireman who always answers the call of duty no matter how tired he is, and sweet simple pictures make this a charming book that is fun to read aloud over and over… thank goodness because I have read it many, many times 🙂 Fireman Small is a model of helpfulness, and I love that the people he helps don’t forget to say thank you 🙂 This one has stood the test of time and many reading in our house – I hope you’ll enjoy it too!
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Before I send you all off on your merry way, I want to tell you that on Monday for Short & Sweets we’re going to have something a little different and special! And that’s all I’m saying. You won’t get another word out of me so don’t even try! Nope. Uh-uh. My lips are sealed. Just be sure to tune in Monday, same Bat Time, same Bat Channel 🙂
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Have a great weekend everyone!!!