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My Trip to the Fire Station Personalized Children's Book

Item Codecab542
First Name:
Middle Name:
Last Name:
(No State)
Female Teacher's Name:
Name of School:
Male Fire Chief's Last Name:
Male Firefighter's First Name:
Emergency Number:
(if emergency number is something other than 911, please change it here)
(Mommy & Daddy, Grandpa & Grandma, Uncle John, etc.)
Date of Gift:
(May 5, 2022, Christmas 2022, July 2022, 2022, etc.)

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Your child will be delighted as he or she becomes the star of this My Trip to the Fire Station personalized children's storybook and learns all about fire safety. On a special field trip to your hometown fire station, your child and one of his or her friends gets to meet the Fire Chief and a Firefighter, tour the station and sit in a fire truck, try on firefighter gear, and learn fire prevention as well as what to do in case of a fire emergency. This great personalized book also includes a special page for recording important emergency telephone numbers.

What's a Create-A-Book? Each book in our Create-A-Book Collection is fully personalized with important information about your child including child's full name and age, friends' names, hometown and more! Our durable construction features wipe-clean hard covers, laser-print pages and full-color illustrations (except where otherwise noted) which serve to create lifetime keepsakes.
Read part of the story (Personalized information is indicated by parentheses.)
  • (Child) was so excited, (he/she) could hardly wait to see the firefighters and fire engines. (Child) and (his/her) class from (School) were visiting the (Hometown) Fire Station today. "Now class," said (Teacher), "I know you're excited, but remember to pay close attention. Fire prevention and fire safety are very important. If you are ever in a fire, they could help save your life."
  • (Child) couldn't believe (his/her) eyes. (Firefighter) and (Chief) came to greet the children at the door!
    "Welcome to the (Hometown) Fire Station, boys and girls," said (Firefighter). "We have a lot of exciting things to show you and I'm going to teach you some ways to stay safe when it comes to fire."
  • (Firefighter) brought the class to see the many different fire trucks. "Wow, this is great!" said (Child) as (he/she) gazed at all the different fire engines. There were old ones, new ones, red ones, and yellow ones. There was even a fire truck from the 1920's that was part of their museum.
    "(Friend), look!" said (Child). "This fire truck is called a hook-and-ladder truck. Firefighters use this one when fighting fires in tall buildings."
  • (Child) carefully watched as (Firefighter) showed the class the inside of a real fire engine. "(Child), would you and (Friend) like to be the first to sit inside?"
    With big smiles, they jumped inside the cab and pretended they were real firefighters, steering the big engine down the street.
  • Next, everyone followed (Firefighter) to the room with the coats, hats, boots, and special pants, just for the firefighters.
    "(Child), would you be my helper and try on my coat and hat?" asked (Firefighter). (Child) couldn't believe (his/her) luck. "Yes, sir!"
  • As (Firefighter) helped (Child) put on the coat and hat, (he/she) said to the class, "Our clothes are made of special material that won't burn, but, unfortunately, your clothes will."
    "You should NEVER run if your clothes catch on fire. Instead, STOP where you are, DROP to the ground, cover your face, and ROLL around until the fire goes out."
    "Does anyone remember what we call this?" The class was so sure of the answer that everyone said at the same time, "STOP, DROP, AND ROLL!"
  • After that, (Firefighter) pulled out a box of matches and a lighter, and said, "Boys and girls, you should NEVER play with matches or fire, EVER! You could start a fire by accident."
    "Who knows what you should do if you find matches or lighters?" (Child) spoke up and asked, "Should we give them to our parents?"
    "That's right, (Child), you should give them to an adult right away and say, "(Firefighter) said to keep these away from children!"...
Product Details
6.75" x 8.25"
Full-Color Pictures & Laser-Printed Text
Made in
Proudly Made in the U.S.A.
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