A young boy has his heart set on a brand-new toy fire truck, so he is disappointed when he gets his grandfather's rusty old fire truck, Red, instead. But working together, the boy and his grandfather patch Red right up while Grandpa tells his grandson all about the adventures he had with Red when he was a boy.
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Release on 2013-04-10 | by Ann M. Bondanella Filutze
Animal Tales and Other Short Stories
Author: Ann M. Bondanella Filutze
Pubpsher: Inspiring Voices
Category: Juvenile Fiction
This treasure trove of short stories offers tales of friends and animals that come to life and features important lessons about friendship, sharing and more. On Grammas Rocker shares a treasure box of childrens tales filled with short stories that make friends and animals come alive and help your child learn lifes most important lessons through fun. Go to the palace with porcupines who learn their manners. Follow a curious girl into a boys-only tree house and discover a real hero. Meet a new fire truck named Flash who wants to befriend a unique dog at the fire station. Sit in the shade with Blanket and Sombrero as they compete for the first-place prize in their village. Stand guard with Ring the doorbell as he tries his bestrain or shine. Travel with Cup and Teabag from the sunny south to the cold north until they finally reach their relaxing destination. These stories bring you and your children unusual companions who become friends as they meet each challenge before them.
The Lttle Green Fire Truck is a children story about how and old fire truck who protected the town of Berg for over 50 years, finally wore out. And a new fire truck although not red but green had to fill the shoes of the towns favorite old red fire truck. The story ends when the Red Fire Truck "Old Besty" gives the Little Green Fire Truck advise on how to help look over the town of Berg. Betsy is then retired to the park in which she love having the chidren ride on her and sharing their imagination of being a firefighter and being able to drive Old Betsy who once protected the town of Berg.