THE TOO LITTLE FIRE ENGINE; THE KITTENS WHO HID FROM THEIR MOTHER by

THE TOO LITTLE FIRE ENGINE; THE KITTENS WHO HID FROM THEIR MOTHER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For the young fire-engine fancier, this story of a toy fire engine who had alway wanted to help at a really big fire and who finally did go to a real fire and even helped to put it out, is well developed and full of action. Big, bright, full-color pictures and plenty of red fire engines. With charming soft-colored illustrations and a more distinguished, simpler text, the story of three kittens who tried camouflage in hiding from an washing is a superior production. Both books have washable covers and decorated end papers.

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap