Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Children's Book Review: Let's Go To The FireHouse - VIDEO REVIEW

Let's Go To The Firehouse

An interactive novelty story with DVD all about the firehouse based on the bestselling Petting Farm format!

Slide down the fire pole, ride in the fire truck, pet the Dalmatian, and more in this innovative, interactive storybook filled with touch-and-feels and bold photographs! This padded board book provides a fun and stimulating way for curious preschoolers to learn about everything that goes on in a firehouse by seeing, hearing, and touching. And the 20-minute DVD brings the world of the firehouse to life!

- Padded cover
- 6 Touch-and-Feels
- Vibrant Photographs
- Free action-packed DVD with bonus fire safety information!

The 411:

This book has colorful, real photos showing everything interesting about being a fireman. My kids always loved touch and feel books when they were younger. Starting with the belly of the dalmatian dog on the cover to the firefighters waving on the last page. This is the perfect preschool book for kids.

Boys and girls will love this book! PLUS there is a 20 minute DVD included showing real fire trucks and firefighters in action. This is perfect for little ones.

It is set to classical, fun peppy music featuring both photos and videos of fire fighters and children as firefighters.  Andrew the dalmatian takes real kids on a tour of the firehouse and introduces them to a firefighter. He shows kids how he gears up.

The will see a staged call into an emergency. Thankfully this emergency is a kitten up a tree.

Kids will also learn firefighter terms and see it in action like a fire pole what it is and what it does. They also see how the fire department works within the community such as pancake breakfasts, saving kittens and hosting carnivals and more. After seeing all this who wouldn't want to be a firefighter or at least support them.

Me and my kids who are NOT preschoolers LOVED this DVD.

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered.

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