Published September 1, 2007
by HarperCollins .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jane Manning (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
I bought this book for my classroom because it shows non-stereotypical gender roles in a very natural way. The Mom is a firefighter and has long shifts away from home. The /5(7). Title: My Mom is a Firefighter Author: Lois G. Grambling Illustrator: Jane Manning Publisher: Scholastic Inc., Topic/Theme: Firefighting, Occupations, Family, Fire Safety Opening: My mom is a firefighter.I'm her son. My name is Billy. Mom says she has two families. Brief Synopsis: Billy tells the story of his "at home" family and his firehouse uncles. Billy has two families his mom and dad, and his firehouse uncles, who work with his mom. Billy knows that firefighters have an important job to do, protecting people and putting out fires and even Billy can lend a hand! Award-winner Grambling and popular illustrator Manning bring to life this heartfelt story of a little boy who wants grow up to be just like his mom. Find books like My Mom Is a Firefighter from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked My Mom Is a Firefighter also liked: Th.
Finally, a picture book about a young boy who wants to grow up to be just like his mom who is a firefighter. Billy is lucky enough to have two families: his mom and dad, and his four uncles at the firehouse. Clearly very proud of his mom, Billy revels in her . Get this from a library! My mom is a firefighter. [Lois G Grambling; Jane Manning] -- Billy spends time with his "second family" at the Floral Avenue firehouse where his mother works, and dreams of growing up to be a firefighter just like her. Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete by James Dean Read by Let's Read Stories When the fire alarm goes off, it's Pete the Cat to the rescue! In Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete from New York Times. Billy's mom is a firefighter, so he spends a lot of time at the station with his second family. He knows when and where he can help out and when he needs to step back and give them space to work. The final page summarises the best part of the book, when Billy explains what he wants to be when he grows up - .