JAMIE AND THE FIRE ENGINE by Eileen Johnston

JAMIE AND THE FIRE ENGINE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A bit risky for suggestible children, for Jamie, whose father is a fireman, does some tinkering with the fire-engine, puts in gasoline and oil, and succeeds in bringing the engine back into operation. It is a cute enough story, though thoroughly incredible.

Pub Date: Aug. 21st, 1940
Publisher: Harper