Fireboy to the Rescue: A Fire Safety Book by Edward Miller.
Fireboy explains to readers the dangers, prevention, and safety measures when dealing with fire. He also shows firefighters responding to a call. Overall, this provides a fun and informative overview for fire safety. (Ages 6-10)
Firefighter Ted by Andrea Beaty and Pascal Lemaitre.
A young bear, Ted, decides to be a firefighter for the day. Unfortunately, Ted’s well-meaning attempts at heroic deeds do not always go smoothly. (Ages 3-6)
My Mom is a Firefighter by Lois G. Grambling; illustrated by Jane Manning.
Billy’s Mom is a firefighter. Her crewmembers and her job make up an important part of his life, allowing readers an insight into the many aspects of life in a firehouse. (Ages 5-8)
Lo Que Hacen Los Bomberos/What Firefighters Do (Bilingual) by Erin Schmidt.
This book provides a basic overview of a firefighters’ equipment and overall responsibilities as important community helpers. (Ages 6-9)
F is for Firefighting by Dori Hillestad Butler; illustrated by Joan cc. Waites.
This A to Z approach to firefighting shows the various aspects of firefighting, both current and historical. (Ages 6-10)
Fire Truck by Caroline Bingham.
For any young reader wanting to know all aspects of a fire truck, this book is for them. With detailed photograph images and plenty of description, this is ideal for those looking for plenty of exciting detail. (Ages 6-10)
Fire! Fire! by Gail Gibbons.
Whether in the city, country, forest, or on the waterfront, firefighters have an important job to do when there is an emergency. This informational picture book gives a broad look into the many aspects of firefighting. (Ages 5-8)
Firefighters A to Z by Chris L. Demarest.
This A to Z title takes readers through the steps firefighters must take after the Alarm sounds signaling an emergency. The rich, rhyming text and the vivid illustrations make this an engaging read. (Ages 4-7)
No Dragons for Tea: Fire Safety for Kids (and Dragons) by Jean Pendziwol; illustrated by Martine Gourbault.
A young girl brings her new dragon friend over for lunch, but an ill-fated incident results in a fire. Fortunately for the young dragon, his new little friend knows exactly what to do. With rhyming text, this story introduces basic safety tips if caught in a fire and includes ideas for a family fire drill. (Ages 4-7)
Arthur's Fire Drill by Marc Brown.
When D.W. is worried about the fire drill at her school the next day, Arthur is there to help. Arthur explains the fire safety rules and the family has fire drills at home to help D.W. feel confident at school. (Ages 4-8)
Clifford the Firehouse Dog by Norman Bridwell.
Emily and Clifford, the Big Red Dog, visit Clifford’s brother Nero at the fire station, but their lesson on fire safety is interrupted when the firefighters are called away to battle a fire. Never fear, because Clifford is there to help save the day! Readers can get “Fire Safety Rules” at the end of the book. (Ages 3-6)
Stop, Drop, and Roll by Margery Cuyler; illustrated by Arthur Howard.
Jessica’s class is talking about fire safety, but she begins to worry even more than usual when she realizes her family is not prepared in the event of a fire. This book offers a simple overview of how to prepare your house and your entire family in case of a fire. (Ages 4-8)