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THE LITTLE FIRE ENGINE
Written by Graham Greene. Illustrated by Edward Ardizzone.
Stock no. 1316107
Published by The Bodley Head. 1st 1973. Very good condition in a poor dustwrapper.
Oblong format. Pictorial paper boards. Colour illustrations throughout. 48 pages. ISBN: 0370020219. Spine bumped, covers edge rubbed. Heavy foxing to contents else clean. Price-cut wrapper was in 3 pieces and has 2 old vertical tape repairs to front panel. Rear panel of wrapper is slightly grubby.
BRITISH FIRE ENGINES OF THE 1950S & '60S
Written by Simon Rowley.
Stock no. 1808369
Published by Trans-Pennine Publishing. 1st 2000. Very good condition.
Nostalgia Road Volume Three. The Illustrated History of British Motoring. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w and a few colour photos. 52 pages. ISBN: 0952107074. Covers unevenly faded, corners lightly rubbed. Contents fine.
BOURNEMOUTH FIREMEN AT WAR
Written by Ted Hughes.
Stock no. 1703339
Published by Dorset Publishing Company. 1st 1991. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
B/w photos. 128 pages. ISBN: 0948699094.
JEREMY BEAR AND THE FIRE ENGINE
Written by Ursula Hourihane. Illustrated by Tudor Art Agency Ltd..
Stock no. 626997
Published by Queen Anne Press. 1st 1972. Very good condition.
Pictorial boards. Colour illustrations. Corners rubbed & worn, 2" split to bottom front edge of spine. Light corner crease to first few pages else contents clean.
FIRE ALARM! THE STORY OF OUR FIRE BRIGADES
Written by Barton Clarke.
Stock no. 668549
Published by The Epworth Press. 1st 1964. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
A comparison of today's methods with yesterday's muddles. Entertaining and informative for the young reader. Peach boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. Very faint marks to covers otherwise a fine copy in price-cut wrapper which is slightly foxed and grubby.