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Download Miss Mingo and the Fire Drill epub

by Jamie Harper

"Children will love the story for its charm and rollicking fun, and the salient points will make a lasting impression. A top choice for Fire Prevention Week." — School Library JournalStop! Drop! Roll! Learning the rules of fire safety is a lot more fun (and less scary) when demonstrated by a charming and diverse group of animals. Alligator, Panda, Octopus, and the others work hard to master the rules of fire safety and perform the perfect fire drill, but thinking about fire is a bit nerve-wracking, and each of them reacts differently — often with hilarious results. Sprinkled with fascinating facts about animal behavior, this second story about the characters in Miss Mingo’s one-of-a-kind class is sure to appeal to readers of all stripes.
Download Miss Mingo and the Fire Drill epub
ISBN: 0763635979
ISBN13: 978-0763635978
Category: Children
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Jamie Harper
Language: English
Publisher: Candlewick (July 28, 2009)
Pages: 40 pages
ePUB size: 1608 kb
FB2 size: 1788 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 563
Other Formats: azw docx lit lrf

I had to start summarizing this book for my kindergarten class because it was way too long and wordy. I was getting them ready for our first fire drill, but many of them were losing interest because of the length. Definitely read this through before reading it to your class.
The Sinners from Mitar
Just received this book today. Excellent. Even adults could learn about different animals in Miss Mingo's class
used with cub scouts theme fire safety with added bonus of animal safety behaviors
A friend of mine is as much a flamingo lover, as I, I sent this for her granddaughters, she says they enjoy this book. Another generation of flamingo lovers in the making
Perfect for teaching my students about fire drills and what to expect! My students referenced the book after our fire drill so I know they enjoyed it! I read this to K-2 students
Very cute book! Great to start a conversation with your little ones about fire safety!
So incredibly long and convoluted. Not for your children
A little wordy for young kids but good lesson