Description - Amazing Machines: Flashing Fire Engines by Tony Mitton
From aeroplanes to fire engines, the internationally bestselling Amazing Machines series is the perfect way for preschoolers to learn about all sorts of different machines and things that go! Every book introduces a new vehicle and features a zippy rhyming text, bright, colourful artwork, and the same friendly animal characters each time. There's even a helpful picture glossary at the end to recap any new words and technical terms. Flashing Fire Engines follows the animal crew as they become fire fighters. Climb on board the fire truck, ride along and learn how to put out fires and save the day! Every page is full of the kind of detail that machine-mad toddlers love: the fireman's pole, the siren, the long ladder and much more! Other titles in the Amazing Machines series include: Terrific Trains, Amazing Aeroplanes and Tremendous Tractors.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(252mm x 252mm x 5mm)
Macmillan Children's Books
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
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Author Biography - Tony Mitton
Ant Parker is known for his distinctive, vibrant work in books such as Charlie Chick, Muddle Builders andMuddle Space for Campbell. His artwork has been animated for BBC Children's TV and he illustrated all 10 of the bestselling Amazing Machines series. Ant lives in London.Tony Mitton is a popular children's poet, and author of the award-winning The Red and White Spotted Handkerchief (Scholastic). He has written a number of picture books including Bumpus Jumpus Dinosaurumpus and All Afloat on Noah's Boat (both illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees of Giraffes Can't Dance) and The Somethingosaur illustrated by Russell Ayto). His other titles include collections of poetry for older children. He lives in Cambridge.