Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Lots and Lots of Fire Trucks by Marshall Publishing

My son loves fire trucks and my daughter is just starting to learn about them.

I was excited to discover a fun way to encourage their learning about fire trucks and, most importantly, fire safety. The Lots and Lots of Fire Trucks DVD and book set from Marshall Publishing has been just perfect for my children.


The book is really great for children. There is good information in its 128 pages but it is also presented in short segments just long enough to keep a young child's attention. My son particularly liked just looking at all of the big beautiful pictures in the book. I think he spent one straight hour just studying the book.

The Lots and Lots of Fire Trucks DVD is fantastic too. It is mostly comprised of catchy tunes and easy to remember lyrics that will have your kids jumping around, dancing, and singing about calling 911, Stop Drop and Roll, Heroes Brave and Tall, and more! I have even found myself humming some of the tunes to myself hours after watching the show with them!

The Lots and Lots of Fire Trucks DVD and book set Usually costs $49.90 but for a limited time you can get this set on their website for only $29.95. What a fun Christmas present this would make for that special little person in your life who is just obsessed with Fire Trucks!

Some of their other great DVDs include Lots and Lots of Jets and Planes, Lots and Lots of Trains, and Lots and Lots of Monster Trucks.

To order Lots and Lots of Fire Trucks or any of their other great products, please call 1-888-300-3455 or visit the Marshall Publishing website at www.marshallpub.com. To get update on their products, you can follow Marshall Publishing on Facebook.

Please check out what others on the TOS Homeschool Crew have to say about products from Marshall Publishing.

Marshall Publishing sent me a complimentary Lots and Lots of Fire Trucks DVD and companion book for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way for this review and my opinions are all my own.

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