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This book tells the story of Bart and his friends as they go on a hike and learn about fire safety in a way they did not expect. Bart is very careless when dealing with matches and he does not want to listen to his friends' warning. They tell him how easily a fire can get started in a forest and the harm it can do to the animals and trees. But Bart does not care too much for what they are saying about fire safety. So he goes off by himself and starts a fire to cook something to eat. He forgets to put out the fire and leaves it burning, only to wake up and find himself trapped in the midst of a forest fire.

What happens to him and his friend caught in the fire makes for an interesting story, especially to see how Bart learns his lesson about fire safety the hard way.

If you and your child love to listen to audiobooks together, then you are going to love this! This book is perfect for bringing up the subject of fire safety with your little ones.

©2016 Sylvia Yordanova (P)2016 Sylvia Yordanova

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Fire Safety the Hard Way

This book shows the story of Bart and his friends as they run on a hike and learn about fire safety in a way they did not suspect. Bart is very casual when administering with matches and he does not want to receive to his friends' advice. They explain to him how quickly a fire can get fired in a forest and the harm it can do to the animals and trees. But Bart does not worry too much about what they are telling about fire safety. So he goes off by himself and begins a fire to cook something to eat. He ignores to put out the fire and leaves it burning, only to wake up and find himself deceived in the midst of a forest fire. Learn this awesome book and follow the ideas given..






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Learn the about safety the cute way!

What did you love best about Playing with Fire?

Loved how my kids loved it.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Playing with Fire?

Talking about fire safety in safe and educational way.

Any additional comments?

Great fire safety for kids. Super cute and friendly but I wished it was more. But it's a children's book so what would you expect? Good job

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Fire....

This book is excellent! The lessons are very enjoyable. The book is a fabulous way to motivate anyone about fire safety. This book encourages children to determine what can happen if they begin a fire and it goes out of control. It also appears with a movement book that has play coloring pages and other activities.

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Bart Learns His Lesson About Fire Safety

Sylvia Yordanova explains us about the experience of Bart and his friends, a dog, a tortoise, and a rabbit, who left for a hike in a forest. Bart, who required to heat up a hot dog, tossed his lit match into the bushes. Bart believed the fire would go out quickly. His friends told him what a huge error he made. Rather than hearing and learning, Bart became angry and left his friends. And the story go's on...

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very encouraging

It was encouraging and inspiring, to run towards God and follow the Holy Spirit.I really enjoyed PLAY WITH FIRE. We serve such an incredible God - I felt His gentle eye-opening presence as I finished the book. I would recommend that you get it and read it - and then tell someone else about it!

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Cute story with a good message.

This is a great short story for kids that teaches the importance of fire safety while making it entertaining at the same time. Nice listen!

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HIGHLY RECOMMENMDED

Actually, I love this book, It holds lots of helpful information to Teach about safety in the fire to children's, Also There have Substantially lots of images. The Author Sylvia Yordanova did a great job about how we should train about fire safety to our Children. Thanks to author, I highly recommend.

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excellent book for children

Bart and his friend Charlie, the dog, Oberon the tortoise, and Bella the rabbit like moving out and having fun. This day they selected to go into the next forest. But feeling very hungry after a whilst passing and Bart desired to have hot dogs, they sparked a fire in the forest. Bart, not considering of the ends, threw the match away. Good and enjoyable story and also has a useful information,

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Don't play with fire

Don't ever play with fire or anything that would create one such as a match. This is a useful audio that must be trained by parents at an early age and strengthened throughout the early years of the kids. I would suggest at least till age 10 that it requires repeating.

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story about friends

Fundamentally it is the story of four friends that go on a trip. View how attractive they are to the top left. In appreciation to Bart the Bear there is Charlie the dog, Oberon the tortoise and Bella the rabbit.Good entertainment for all kids

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