Fire! Fuego! Brave Bomberos

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Bloomsbury USA, Apr 24, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
23 Reviews
At the station, sirens sound.
Corazones start to pound.
"House fire!" says el capitn.
"Fuego! Get your helmets on!"

So begins a rollicking race to save a burning casa from the roaring flames-and these bomberos are up to the task, with hoses ready and sirens blaring. Spanish words sprinkled throughout the lively text-plus a glossary at the end-will enrich young readers as they cheer for the firefighters to save the day.

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I enjoyed the story and the pictures. - Goodreads
This bilingual story is easy to read and exciting. - Goodreads
And the pictures are very vibrant. - Goodreads
The pictures are great, and the story is exciting! - Goodreads

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User Review  - Alesha - Goodreads

Fire! ˇFuego! Brave Bomberos is a perfect "bilingual" rhyming book for young children. Spanish vocabulary in bold print is sprinkled throughout the text to and readers can use context clues to figure ... Read full review

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User Review  - babyhippoface - Goodreads

Fire! Fuego! It's time for firefighters to get in gear and race out of the station to fight the blaze, and this team of heroes--all Latino, by the way--is ready to go! What I really like about this ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Susan Elya has written more than a dozen wonderful rhyming picture books with Spanish incorporated. She lives in California.www.susanelya.comDan Santat is a children's book writer, a commercial illustrator, and the creator of Disney's animated hit, The Replacements. He lives in California with his wife, two kids, a rabbit, a bird, and a

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