Flashing Fire Engines by Tony MittonFlashing Fire Engines (Amazing Machines) by Tony Mitton and Ant Parker
Big Bold fire engines, waiting day and night, Ready for a rescue or a blazing fire to fight. As soon as theres a fire alarm, the engines start to roar. The firefighters jump aboard...it rumbles out the door. Jump aboard a bright red fire engine with a trio of friendly animal firefighters as sirens wail, lights flash, fire hoses squirt, and fires blaze -- in this story that blends action and rhyme with all the details kids want to know about one of their favorite machines. The mix of visual entertainment and lively wordplay ensures that young children will delight in the reading experience, as will the adults fortunate enough to read aloud these irresistible rhymes!
Rosie and Jim: Flashing Fire Engine - Neil Brewer (2000)
The programme continued, on and off, to be shown on CITV until The series was repeated for a short time on Tiny Living in the early s. The show was rebooted in in animation form. Rosie and Jim are two rag dolls who live aboard a narrowboat called the Ragdoll, which is from Birmingham. There, they sit with a concertina on their lap, and come alive when no one is looking to explore the world that they pass by on the canal.
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Released in the UK by VCI in , originally released in on VHS format. Rosie and Jim are two adorable, but mischievous ragdolls who.
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