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Peanut's Emergency by
Call Number: PICTURE SALAT
When nobody comes to pick Peanut up after school, she tries to remember and follow all the safety rules her family taught her.
To the Rescue! by
Call Number: READER MAYER pbk
Uh-oh, Dad needs help! When Dad is locked in the basement, Little Critter knows what to do. He picks up the phone to dial three numbers. The firement arrive in just a few minutes to rescue Dad... but they don't stay long to share in the excitement. They have another job to do. Join Littler Critter as he shares his 9-1-1 smarts.
Always Be Safe by
Call Number: READER SCHULZ
A rhyming review of some basic safety tips.
Arthur's Fire Drill by
Call Number: READER BROWN
Arthur helps ease D.W.'s fire fears by practicing fire drills at home.
School Safety by
Call Number: 363.1137 RAU
Explica a los niños como mantenerse seguros en la escuela.
Explain to kids how they can keep safe in school.
Food Safety by
Call Number: 363.1926 RAU
Simple text and photograph illustrations present basic food safety guidelines and advice for avoiding accidents in the kitchen.
Safety on the Go by
Call Number: 613.68 RAU
Simple text and photograph illustrations present accident prevention guidelines for riding in vehicles and riding a bicycle.
Fire Safety by
Call Number: 628.92 RAU
Simple text and photograph illustrations present basic fire prevention guidelines and advice for how to react in case of a fire.
Water Safety by
Call Number: 797.2 RAU
Simple text and photograph illustrations present basic water safety guidelines for the pool and the beach.
Call Number: READ-ALONG BERK
Chiro, a young bat, is nervous about flying into the world for the first time without his mother, especially on a very dark night, but he soon learns to rely on his "song" to find his way and stay safe.
Ol' Mama Squirrel by
Call Number: READ-ALONG STEIN
Ol' Mama Squirrel has raised many babies and kept them all safe from predators, but she may have met her match when a determined grizzly bear threatens to eat her entire family tree.
Call Number: ELC S 629.2223 MEISTER
Carefully leveled text in a narrative format couple with vibrant photograph to explore the function and features of ambulances. Includes picture glossary and index.
Emergency Vehicles by
Call Number: ELC S 629.225 ABRAMOVI
Simple text and full-color photographs describe eight different vehicles used by emergency personnel.
A Paramedic's Job by
Call Number: 362.18 ROSARIO
This book is about the important job of a paramedic and how they help you when your sick.
Diary of a Firefighter by
Call Number: 363.37 ROYSTON
Written in the form of a first-person diary, this book takes a look at a typical week in the life of a firefighter.
Doctors to the Rescue by
Call Number: 616.025 GOLDISH
Emergency! -- A risky operation -- Becoming a doctor -- Slice on the ice -- Baby doc -- Desperate choices -- Bare-bones surgery -- A floating hospital -- World responders -- On the battlefield -- Improved methods -- Why be a doctor? -- Doctors' equipment.
EMTs Help Us by
Call Number: 616.025 MURRAY
Introduces pre-readers to simple concepts about EMTs using short sentences and repetition of words.
Emergency Vehicles by
Call Number: 629.04 ARLON
Discusses the vehicles and devices used by fire fighters, police, Coast Guard, and others who help save lives.
Call Number: 629.225 BINGHAM
Examines machines used to help people in dangerous situations, including the Striker 4500 fire engine, Bronto Skylift fire truck, Heavy Rescue 56 truck, Medtec Saturn ambulance, R44 helicopter, Super Huey helicopter, P-3 Orion air tanker, Fire Dart fireboat, Atlantic 75 lifeboat, HH-60J Jayhawk, LR7 rescue submersible, Hagglunds BV206, and the Marine Protector patrol boat.