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When the fire alarm goes off, it's Pete the Cat to the rescue! In Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete from New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean, Pete and his classmates are excited about their field trip to the firehouse. They get to slide down the pole, meet all the brave firefighters, and even try on their helmets and gear.But when the alarm goes off, it When the fire alarm goes off, it's Pete the Cat to the rescue! In Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete from New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean, Pete and his classmates are excited about their field trip to the firehouse. They get to slide down the pole, meet all the brave firefighters, and even try on their helmets and gear.But when the alarm goes off, it's time for Pete to jump on the fire truck, grab the hose, and help the firefighters save the day!


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When the fire alarm goes off, it's Pete the Cat to the rescue! In Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete from New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean, Pete and his classmates are excited about their field trip to the firehouse. They get to slide down the pole, meet all the brave firefighters, and even try on their helmets and gear.But when the alarm goes off, it When the fire alarm goes off, it's Pete the Cat to the rescue! In Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete from New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean, Pete and his classmates are excited about their field trip to the firehouse. They get to slide down the pole, meet all the brave firefighters, and even try on their helmets and gear.But when the alarm goes off, it's time for Pete to jump on the fire truck, grab the hose, and help the firefighters save the day!

30 review for Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gayle

    I know Pete is awesome, but this is just getting silly. Pete goes on a field trip to the fire station and gets to go and actually fight the fire. Just no.

  2. 4 out of 5

    David

    A completely average Pete the Cat book. Which is to say, it is OK, but never shows any of the personality that its character design suggests. There are many many better books about fire fighters out there for children. Also, it might lead very small children to think that firefighters might invite them along to fight a real fire, and that it would be a fun little adventure rather than a terrifying battle.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Villain E

    Pete and his class visit the firehouse. Then they get called out to a fire Pete participates in the rescue effort. I appreciate that there's actual peril, with a positive resolution. But it has none of the charm or rhyming or message of the better Pete the Cat books. Pete and his class visit the firehouse. Then they get called out to a fire Pete participates in the rescue effort. I appreciate that there's actual peril, with a positive resolution. But it has none of the charm or rhyming or message of the better Pete the Cat books.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shauna

    Really? He goes on a school field trip to the fire station and ends up going out to fight a fire?!

  5. 5 out of 5

    A Allen

    I just don't "get" Pete the Cat books but my students enjoy them. This one starts off with a class trip to a fire station and I was really enjoying it!! The reader hears about the children sliding down the pole, trying on the gear, and exploring the firetruck; these are all things I've witnessed children getting to experience while visiting a fire station. Then the book takes a turn and becomes make-believe; Pete goes on a dangerous fire call with the firefighters where he puts out the flames an I just don't "get" Pete the Cat books but my students enjoy them. This one starts off with a class trip to a fire station and I was really enjoying it!! The reader hears about the children sliding down the pole, trying on the gear, and exploring the firetruck; these are all things I've witnessed children getting to experience while visiting a fire station. Then the book takes a turn and becomes make-believe; Pete goes on a dangerous fire call with the firefighters where he puts out the flames and helps rescue someone. Ugh. I wish this book had started out either make-believe or truth-based and then stayed that way instead of switching half way through.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Cayton

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was a very cute book! In this book, the class is going on a field trip to the firehouse. The book goes through all the events during the field trip such as going down the fire pole, trying gear on, and sitting in the fire engine. Suddenly, there is a fire alarm and Pete the Cat and the other firefighters gear up and go to the call. They work as a team to put the fire out. I think the illustrations are very fun and colorful and make the book fun to look at. This book would be mentor text to This was a very cute book! In this book, the class is going on a field trip to the firehouse. The book goes through all the events during the field trip such as going down the fire pole, trying gear on, and sitting in the fire engine. Suddenly, there is a fire alarm and Pete the Cat and the other firefighters gear up and go to the call. They work as a team to put the fire out. I think the illustrations are very fun and colorful and make the book fun to look at. This book would be mentor text to teach about writing sounds or using quotations to show when someone makes a loud noise. I think this is a book that would be also be really fun for students who are about to go on a field trip. When I was in elementary school I went on a field trip to the firehouse and this would be a really fun book to read before hand! although you might have to disclaim to your students that you will not get the opportunity to actually go help put a fire out ;). Great read!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cheyenne Bryant

    The book "Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete" by James Dean is another tale in the popular "Pete the Cat" series. This story follows Pete as he meets firefighters and spends the day at the local fire station. He gets to try on fire gear, use the water hose, and slide down the fire pole. Young readers will love this fun day at the fire station, as they learn about a popular community helper. James Dean's bold and engaging illustrations, along with engaging use of onomatopoeia, keep the reader enterta The book "Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete" by James Dean is another tale in the popular "Pete the Cat" series. This story follows Pete as he meets firefighters and spends the day at the local fire station. He gets to try on fire gear, use the water hose, and slide down the fire pole. Young readers will love this fun day at the fire station, as they learn about a popular community helper. James Dean's bold and engaging illustrations, along with engaging use of onomatopoeia, keep the reader entertained. I would use this book while addressing the following Kindergarten standard: "Describe the work that people do such as police officer, firefighter, soldier, mail carrier, farmer, doctor, teacher, etc." After reading this book, I would have students discuss what a firefighter does everyday at work and how this helps our community.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Typical Pete the Cat artwork. I liked the beginning where Pete's class took a field trip to the fire station and got to crawl around the truck and try out the equipment and learn all about it. I was disappointed, however, in the end when the fire station gets a call and they take Pete along with them and let him help fight the fire. Obviously, this would never happen and I feel like it gives kids the wrong impression. Firefighting takes more than an afternoon of training and I felt like the endi Typical Pete the Cat artwork. I liked the beginning where Pete's class took a field trip to the fire station and got to crawl around the truck and try out the equipment and learn all about it. I was disappointed, however, in the end when the fire station gets a call and they take Pete along with them and let him help fight the fire. Obviously, this would never happen and I feel like it gives kids the wrong impression. Firefighting takes more than an afternoon of training and I felt like the ending of this book just cheapened the work fire fighters go through to keep us safe. The glorification of Pete at the end for helping "save the day" was just too much - 3 stars instead of the 4 it would have earned with a better ending.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Colar

    Grade range: K-2nd Genre: Fiction First off, I loved the illustrations in this book. I think this book is a fun bedtime story or just for Storytime in your classroom. Not much to learn from the book itself could be great use to work on fluency. The book itself grabs the reader’s attention right away by the pictures in the book themselves (very colorful). My favorite part of the book would have to be when the fire truck took up two pages. In the two pages where two cats and it was such a vibrant Grade range: K-2nd Genre: Fiction First off, I loved the illustrations in this book. I think this book is a fun bedtime story or just for Storytime in your classroom. Not much to learn from the book itself could be great use to work on fluency. The book itself grabs the reader’s attention right away by the pictures in the book themselves (very colorful). My favorite part of the book would have to be when the fire truck took up two pages. In the two pages where two cats and it was such a vibrant page.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Edward Sojuwa

    What was one a cool cat in kids lit is now the victim of over concerned educators using the little guy to force feed "values" into the minds of innocent children. Pete is now part of a fire brigade. Will he continue his job? Unknown since the only reason why he has donned the firefighter helmet is so that educators will reinforce their spiel on the "importance" of a firefighter's job. This is wrong. And believe me, kids will know. Two stars Pete gets burned by suckage. What was one a cool cat in kids lit is now the victim of over concerned educators using the little guy to force feed "values" into the minds of innocent children. Pete is now part of a fire brigade. Will he continue his job? Unknown since the only reason why he has donned the firefighter helmet is so that educators will reinforce their spiel on the "importance" of a firefighter's job. This is wrong. And believe me, kids will know. Two stars Pete gets burned by suckage.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anthony

    Pete the Cat and his classmates take a field trip to the local firehouse. They all learn about what firefighters do, and the equipment they use. Suddenly the fire alarm sounds, and Pete the Cat finds himself assisting the firefighters in putting out the fire, and helps save Grumpy Frog from the burning building.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sanjukta Bagchi

    Firefighter Pete is an appropriate book which tells the reader how a firefighter keeps others safe by putting out the fire. Here Pete is in the role of a firefighter. Pete also demonstrated how he dressed up in appropriate clothing, ready to put out the/a fire. This is a knowledgeable book for the children about fire safety. This book is more appropriate for 48-60 months age group.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Pete the Cat goes on a field trip to the firehouse. Somehow this morphs into Pete actually becoming a firefighter. I feel like that escalated quickly, but Ozman did not. Thinking of seeing if the firefighters I know will give him his own tour of the firehouse, since he enjoyed this book!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mariah Blair

    My son and I enjoyed this book! I prefer the Pete the Cat books without songs in them and liked this one. My son loves Pete the Cat and firefighters/fire trucks, so this was the perfect combo! There's a ton of firefighter books out there, and this one may not be the best, but it's good! My son and I enjoyed this book! I prefer the Pete the Cat books without songs in them and liked this one. My son loves Pete the Cat and firefighters/fire trucks, so this was the perfect combo! There's a ton of firefighter books out there, and this one may not be the best, but it's good!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Ruvalcaba

    Genre: Modern Fantasy Grade Level: Preschool-3 Pete the cat is a fun cat that explores the fire station. With this book I would use it for career day and when we are feeling a happy book this is a go too.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tram Cindy Pham

    Firefighter Fun! This is an adventurist read! First it was just “hey, what do firefighters wear and do!” Then you get to go on a real “fire call!” This book made my kids want to go too!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Anomaly

    A Cute Story The art has a very charming quality in its simplicity. It reminds me of stories like Walt & Pepper, which I grew up loving. The story itself is also very simple but I think it would be very engaging for a curious or imaginative kid.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mort's Kids

    Since when did we bring elementary schoolers in to help with active fires? The illustrations look like they're made by a 2nd grader. It would be charming if it was self-aware but it is so, so not. The stickers are nice enough though. Since when did we bring elementary schoolers in to help with active fires? The illustrations look like they're made by a 2nd grader. It would be charming if it was self-aware but it is so, so not. The stickers are nice enough though.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Yojalma Moleterno

    Cute book Another great Pete the cat book. The kids enjoyed it a lot, especially my daughter who aspires to be a firefighter one day.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    Pete goes on a school trip to the fire station and then goes out on a fire call.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

    My 4 year old nephew loves these books.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    A well told story about a visit to the firehouse (or as we say in our small town, the firebarn!). The artwork is in typical James Dean/Pete the Cat rendering.

  23. 5 out of 5

    AMY

    Pretty good book. It details a firefighter’s life. Pete participates while on a school field trip. Pete fans will enjoy it. Recommended Grades 1-3.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Love this book!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Diane Barber

    My children love Pete the Cat books and fire trucks. I was really excited to find this book that has both! I am sure it will be a new favorite.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mushshaquatquay

    Awesome Really cool book about Pete and his classmates going to a Firehouse and learning about Firefighters equipment and what they use at a fire!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Faviola Lopez Arisaga

    I love it. I am in first grade and I am 7 year old. My teacher said I can read it everyday at home. Thank you for letting me read it, I love it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    JO ANN VALLANCE

    Firefighter Pete This book is a wonderful book for children's imaginations that want want to become a firefighter. I would recommend this book. Firefighter Pete This book is a wonderful book for children's imaginations that want want to become a firefighter. I would recommend this book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Aleena ghohestani

    I love you so much

  30. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Gutierrez

    My adopted son loves the book fun to read easy to follow He loves the pictures and the story fun to read and likes the sound to make really puts him in the book to use imagination.

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