Wednesday, 2 March 2022

The True Story of Nick the Fire Dog! Virtual Book Tour



The True Story of Nick the Firedog

Written by Timothy Dexter, Jr.

Ages 4-8 | 24 Pages

Publisher: Independently Published | ISBN-13: 9798746907578

Publisher’s Synopsis: The True story of “Nick the Firedog” is a true story about a pit bull puppy that was left abandoned and tied to a fire hydrant a block away from the firehouse. The puppy was rescued by the local firefighters where he quickly became a permanent fixture at the firehouse and a local celebrity. He goes on calls, teaches fire prevention, and even has his own fire coat.





Timothy Dexter, Jr. is a 20 year veteran of the Fire Service. The author currently holds the rank of Assistant Fire Chief of the City of Newburgh, NY Fire Department where the real Nick the Firedog lives. This is the first book he has written which tells the true story of how an abandoned puppy got a new lease on life as a firehouse mascot.


Enter for a chance to win a copy of The True Story of Nick the Firedog autographed by Timothy P. Dexter, Jr. and Nick's personal pawprint stamp!

Three (3) winners receive:

An autographed paperback copy of The True Story of Nick the Firedog

The True Story of Nick the Firedog: Book Giveaway


Create your own board game. There are so many options to create your own game. Cards or squares within the game with fire safety tips is an a learning experience as well with fun included. 
Make Fire safety flash cards.
Stop, Drop, and Roll Red Rover.
Make your own safety plan if you do not have one.

Shout out of thanks to Cambridge Fire Department. 

I also reached out to my amazing Fire department in my area The Cambridge Fire Department and received permission to link to their Fire Safety Colouring book for kids. This link also has how to prep a safety plan, and a treasure trove of safety tips.  Please take a look around or search out the Fire Department in your area. Fire Safety is a life skill everyone should be familiar with. 
Sparky their Fire Dog Mascot has a colouring book with everything you need for your kiddos. Our Fire department along with Police here in my area have a Safety Village for kids Learning Centre. As one more activity, see if your own Fire department has programs or museums in your area. 


Per FTC guidelines, I disclose your partnership with The Children’s Book Review and Timothy P. Dexter, Jr.

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