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Learn how the rescue services help us with these fact-packed guides to emergency vehicles. From police sirens to water hoses, find out how ambulances, police cars, fire trucks and rescue boats work to save lives.
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Chris Oxlade is an experienced author of children’s information books, having written more than 150 on a range of subjects, specialising in science and technology.From School Library Journal:
Grade 2-4–Vocabulary in these titles is generally appropriate, but some words appear to be arbitrarily selected for the glossary. The texts that use the term emergency situation define emergency, but not situation, for example. The titles also lack attention to detail. Soap is not used to make firefighting foam (Fire Truck). The word crew is used as a plural noun, when it is singular. The chapter spreads are liberally illustrated with eye-catching color photographs that usually occupy full pages or are centered across the spread, though some are smaller. Many–the photo of a London vehicle in Police Car, for example–are international in nature. Captions usually relate to the text. Each title concludes with an activity page that includes a writing exercise. Marginal purchases.
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