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Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete

Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete

Geschrieben von James Dean

Erzählt von James Fouhey


Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete

Geschrieben von James Dean

Erzählt von James Fouhey

Bewertungen:
4.5/5 (79 Bewertungen)
Länge:
6 Minuten
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jul 14, 2020
ISBN:
9780063021273
Format:
Hörbuch

Beschreibung

When the fire alarm goes off, it's Pete the Cat to the rescue! 

In Pete the Cat: Firefighter Pete from New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean, Pete and his classmates are excited about their field trip to the firehouse. They get to slide down the pole, meet all the brave firefighters, and even try on their helmets and gear.

But when the alarm goes off, it's time for Pete to jump on the fire truck, grab the hose, and help the firefighters save the day!

Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jul 14, 2020
ISBN:
9780063021273
Format:
Hörbuch


Über den Autor

James Dean is the original creator and illustrator of Pete the Cat. He is a self-taught artist originally from Fort Payne, Alabama. His passion for drawing became apparent at a young age, and as a child, you could find James drawing his favorite characters like Snoopy and Yogi Bear.  James earned his degree in electrical engineering from Auburn University and went on to work for Georgia Power for a number of years. Eventually, he was called to pursue his art full-time and began selling his work at art festivals around the Southeast.  It was during this time that he began creating paintings and drawing of his cat, Pete. The little blue cat showed up as a character in James’s artwork around 1999 and has been a permanent fixture ever since.  James Dean’s art has been sold in more than ninety galleries and shops across the United States. He has devoted his paintings to Pete the Cat for fifteen years and turned his natural love for cats into his life’s work. James published his first book, The Misadventures of Pete the Cat, a history of his artwork, in 2006, and he illustrated his first self-published children’s book, Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes, in 2008. There are now almost 100 published Pete the Cat titles with more coming out all the time. James is humbled every day by the success that this groovy blue cat has brought him. He says positively affecting children’s lives is his number one priority, and he is grateful to have such an amazing audience to work for. 


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  • (4/5)
    Idk it’s childish I would say it’s for entertainment so yeh
  • (5/5)
    I love this audiobook, and this kitten firefighter is so nice
  • (5/5)
    This book has a very Don’t Worry be Happy feel and I love it. Strawberries, blueberries, and mud do not matter as long as you keep walking. A great message and a fun story.
  • (3/5)
    Cute book about a cat who likes his sneakers no matter what color they are. Good read for young children, with appealing pictures.
  • (4/5)
    Pete the Cat loves his white shoes as Pete gets into different situations throughout the book, his shoes turn color. Eventually, they go back to the clean pair of white shoes he began with.
  • (5/5)
    Pete the Cat takes a stroll in his white shoes (as cats do) and has a habit of not looking where he's stepping. Despite stepping in a range of colorful substances that stain his beloved white shoes, Pete maintains a positive attitude.The repetition, positive message (and Pete's great attitude), and song make this a book that works well for children in a wide range of ages, from toddlers to preschoolers (and maybe even beyond). After reading it during dozens of storytimes, it has yet to fail. Also allows children to strengthen prediction skills and works well in storytimes/circle times with children on the autism spectrum.
  • (5/5)
    Pete the Cat is a pretty low-key guy. While he loves his white shoes so much that he sings about it, when he steps in stuff and they change colors it doesn't phase him one bit. Whether his shoes are white, red, blue, brown or even wet, Pete keeps singing his song and enjoying life.

    The guessing and song elements make this a great pick for storytime - the kids loved to shout out the color of Pete's shoes as they changed and they bopped right along to the little tune I made up for Pete's song. There's a retro/hipster type feel to Pete's character. Illustrations are by James Dean who has apparently been drawing and watercoloring Pete for a long time in other forms of art. The whole effect is a little quirky which means it won't be to everyone's taste, but I think it's fun.

    Used for Shine Those Shoes Storytime - Terrific Ts and Preschool 5/4/10; Family 5/6/10.
  • (3/5)
    Pete the Cat has a pair of white shoes and steps in all sorts of things and changes the color of them. This book is great for young children, with a song included along in the story. This book is very predictable and great for young elementary school children.
  • (4/5)
    A fun and engaging book for young readers. This book tells of a cat that never lets something ruin his day. He was always happy and singing his song even with the change of colors on his shoe.
  • (5/5)
    This story is about Pete the Cat, who has white shoes, he steps in all sorts of things that change the color of his shoes. This book is great for young children, and is even better with an audio version. It brings the story to life, the song is also very wonderful and the story is easy to follow and predictable.
  • (5/5)
    Pete the cat takes an adventure one day with his lovely white shoes. He comes to discover that his white shoes would not stay white for long but would change many different colors. During this processes Pete does not get mad that his shoes don't stay white but accepts that they have changed colors and likes it. Great lesson to learn about not getting mad about the small things and to find something good about the situation. Recommended to get the song with it, it is very catchy and the children will love it.
  • (5/5)
    "Pete the Cat" is a story about a cat who has a pair of white shoes that he loves. As he is walking around he keeps stepping in things and getting them dirty but Pete does not get upset. I loved this book, we read it in class.
  • (3/5)
    Pete The Cat is a good book to integrate song and reading into for young children. There is recordings of the song online and it can be and effective tool to engage students in the book. It features substantial repetition that can make children feel included in the story because the know what will be coming next.
  • (3/5)
    Best if read aloud while listening to Jack Johnson. It has that feel. Pete the cat has some shiny new kicks, beautifully white, and then accidents happen and he finds in time his shoes are turning different colours, until he walks through water, and the water cleanses the soul (sole)-of the shoe. Throughout the book Pete the cat is undeterred by change, he just rolls with it because it's already happened and there is nothing he can do. Feels sort of hippie new age to read, but has a good message for kids.
  • (5/5)
    Eric Litwin is a # 1 New York Times Best Selling Author & Award Winning Musician. He is a popular performing artist who plays guitar, sings, tells musical stories and brings books to life. In this book the main character is Pete the cat who just got new white shoes. But, they do not stay white in the story, he steps in many different things that keep changing his shoes color. This book has a theme of, no matter what you step in, keep walking along and singing your song... because it's all good. This is a great book to read to children ages 3-7. In this book, even though Pete keeps getting his shoes dirty, he keeps going and doesn't let it bother him. Pete just keeps walking along and singing his song.
  • (5/5)
    This book is super fun and it is good with helping children to start to learn their colors. It even comes with an audio tape and music and a guy reading and singing the story to the children. This book also has a good message behind it, no matter what happens good or bad just keep on walking with your end up and enjoy the outcomes. This book is also repetitive so the children really get into it.
  • (4/5)
    This is a good introductory book for emerging readers. It has repetition and rhythm, and allows students to comprehend meaning and words of book. It also has a good moral behind the story to stay positive and love what you have!
  • (5/5)
    This book is and absolutely amazing, because it instantly hooks the reader. I could use this book with young readers to demonstrate how to make and confirm predictions. This book also, gives the reader a lot of opportunity to read with expression. There is also, a CD that goes with this book.
  • (3/5)
    This book is pretty good. I think it is a great book to make a child love reading, but doesn’t make the reader think about any issue or bigger idea. The plot flows, and we get to know Pete pretty well throughout the story. The main message is positive attitude, as Pete the Cat walks through town and loves his shoes no matter what color they turn. He sings a song over and over, which is a great way to gain reader involvement.
  • (5/5)
    Everyone loves Pete the Cat. This must be a part of any Pre-K and Kindergarten class library as well as the school's library collection. This is a simple to read yet catchy book that kids love. When I read it to students they already know the words and we sing and sing while we read. Teachers can use this book to help beginning readers start the learning process. It is also a great book to use when teaching children colors.
  • (4/5)
    My niece Natalie recommended Pete the Cat books. She asked me if I knew Pete the Cat and was so disappointed that I did not. I have now remedied this gap in my knowledge. It is super cute. The fuzzy artwork with no defined lines gives the book whimsy. The fact that Pete does not have an expression makes the story funny. The words without the pictures, are kind of lame. With the pictures, this book is very amusing and teach kids to appreciate what unexpected events come their way.
  • (4/5)
    Pete the Cat is a groovy animal. He loves his new white shoes, but when he walks through a pile of blueberries, he doesn't lose his cool. He decides he loves his blue shoes, too. When he walks through strawberries, his shoes turn red, and when he walks through mud, his shoes turn brown. Pete takes each change of fortune with typical aplomb, loving his shoes no matter their color or feel. The story ends by explicitly formulating the lesson the story has been teaching, that The book has a good message and a text that is narrated with rhythm and beat, not surprising since it is also a song. The combination of all these factors creates a wonderful story that is perfect for reading aloud. Pete the cat is funky and mellow, his character in keeping with his song, making him extremely likable. My girls and I love to bop along to this book, and I appreciate that the story teaches children to be more accepting about change, and to try to see the positive aspects in all situations.
  • (5/5)
    I love Pete the Cat! Rockin' in my White/Red/Blue.......Shoes!!! I actually got to read this with a class and they loved it (maybe not as much as me but close). It is a fun book to interact with. You can kind of sing the book along as you go. I have not really read any other Pete the Cat books, but I like this one a lot.
  • (3/5)
    I had heard such great things about "Pete the Cat" books, however, I found them to be okay and not spectacular. I was looking for a little more depth in the plot of the story and it felt as though something was missing. I do like the great illustrations and the moral at then end of the story. My three year old daughter loves to say the repeated text along with me.
  • (5/5)
    A fun book featuring a cat as the main character. This is part of a series of books gear towards grades preK-2nd grade. It's an interactive book so it would make a great read aloud.
  • (5/5)
    This story also comes with a CD that plays a song as you read it. This is a new picture book that I think has many different central messages. For example, the first message is about social-emotional skills and how to let the non-important things in life go. Pete the cat loves his new white shoes, but as he is walking, he accidentally gets all sorts of things on his shoes which turn them different colors. The author writes, "Did Pete cry? Goodness, NO!" The story shoes children that there are certain social situations we can't always control and that getting upset is not the answer. I also liked this book because it helps children see and understand colors. When Pete the cat steps on some strawberries his shoes turn red, when he steps in some mud his shoes turn brown.
  • (5/5)
    Pete the cat loves his white shoes, but he does not let the colors of the world change his mood as they change the colors. Pete sings along, "I love my (insert color) shoes..." to each color his shoe changes to throughout the story. The repetitive refrain invites readers to read and sing along.
  • (4/5)
    Good book about having a good attitude. Students would love this book because it teaches about keeping your head up high.
  • (3/5)
    Can be used to teach colors, and good attitude. Students love it because it is engaging and it rhymes!
  • (5/5)
    Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes, written by Eric Litwin and illustrated by James Dean (2010) is a funny, catchy, darling tale about Pete the Cat and his white shoes. Even though he steps in strawberries, blueberries, mud, and water, he just keeps on singing. This is a great read aloud, and children will catch on to its repetitive storyline right away, perhaps joining in during the read aloud. Pete the Cat sends a great and simple message, too, that no matter what happens, "it's all good." Grades PreK-2.