Rocky Hill, Fireman #1 Fire [NOOK Book]

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Rocky Hill, Fireman, is a series of children's picture books about the adventures of a firefighter and his two nephews, Ben and Luke. Apart or together they fight fires, promote fire safety, rescue people, and help neighbors. The stories emphasize service to others and devotion to duty with each story ending with Uncle Rocky giving his trademark statement, "Glad to do it!"

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Rocky Hill, Fireman #1 Fire

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Overview

Rocky Hill, Fireman, is a series of children's picture books about the adventures of a firefighter and his two nephews, Ben and Luke. Apart or together they fight fires, promote fire safety, rescue people, and help neighbors. The stories emphasize service to others and devotion to duty with each story ending with Uncle Rocky giving his trademark statement, "Glad to do it!"

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044585843
  • Publisher: James Burd Brewster
  • Publication date: 6/6/2013
  • Series: Uncle Rocky Fireman , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 390,015
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

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: GladToDoIt.net
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2013

    This is a great and informative story.  I think it would be perf

    This is a great and informative story.  I think it would be perfect for a 5-7 year old to understand what happens in a fire (younger ones may benefit too, and older--I even learned something!). It has some suspense which helps get the point across that fires are dangerous.  It also illustrates and explains how firemen respond to a fire.  I also loved the evidence of faith in God at the end. 

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