As the sun sets on a neighborhood firehouse at the end of the day, author Jennifer Drez guides young readers through the comforting bedtime routine of saying “goodnight” to the essential machines and equipment fire crews use to do their job – from bunker gear and ladder trucks to airtankers and even “the firedog with her wagging tail and spots.” Illustrator Kyle Clay, a real-life firefighter, brings to life all of the lights, sounds, and activities with vibrant art. Back matter features fire prevention and safety tips. Perfect for fans of fire stations, rescue vehicles, and community heroes everywhere!
About the Author
Kyle Clay is a firefighter and paramedic for the Fort Worth Fire Department. He teaches life and fire safety, serves as a duty public information officer for the fire department, and also works as a fire safety clown for the department, putting on fire safety shows for elementary schools. He lives in Keller, Texas, with his wife and their dog, Oskar. Goodnight Firehouse is his first book.
Jennifer Drez is the author of Goodnight Cowtown, Goodnight Dallas, Goodnight Dallas-walkSTEM® Edition, and Goodnight San Antonio. She wrote Goodnight Firehouse as a tribute to community helpers everywhere and her three sons who made fire station visits a regular event when they were children. Jennifer is a native of Fort Worth, Texas, where she lives with her husband, sons, and dogs, Coco and Rocky. Visit her website at www.jenniferdrez.com.