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* “A hundred years from now, when people want to know what we told our children about 9/11, Kalman''s book should be among the first answers.”—Booklist, starred review
 
* “Intelligently conveys those unfathomable events in a way that a picture book audience can comprehend. . . . With this inspiring book, Kalman sensitively handles a difficult subject in an age-appropriate manner.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review

* “Fireboat does many things. It sets forth an adventure, helps commemorate an anniversary, offers an interesting bit of history, celebrates the underdog, and honors the fire-fighting profession. Children and adults will respond to it in as many ways.”—School Library Journal, starred review
 
* “Exciting, uplifting, and child-sensitive. . . . Revisits the tragedy without the terror and conveys pride without preachiness."—The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books, starred review
 
* “Quintessential New York artist Kalman gives us an idiosyncratic but informative look at a Big Apple institution. . . . Kalman’s use of the events of September 11 is honest and honorable, and rarely is she as straightforward as she is here.”—The Horn Book, starred review

This is the inspiring true story of the John J. Harvey—a retired New York City fireboat reinstated on September 11, 2001. Originally launched in 1931, the Harvey was the most powerful fireboat of her time. After the September 11 attacks, with fire hydrants at Ground Zero inoperable and the Hudson River''s water supply critical to fighting the blaze, the fire department called on the Harvey for help. There were adjustments—forcing water into hoses by jamming soda bottles and wood into nozzles with a sledgehammer—and then the fireboat''s volunteer crew pumped much-needed water to the disaster site. The John J. Harvey proved she was still one of New York''s Bravest!


Maira Kalman brings a New York City icon to life, celebrating the energy, vitality and hope of a place and its people.

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In relating the heroic role of the John J. Harvey on September 11, Kalman (Next Stop Grand Central) intelligently conveys those unfathomable events in a way that a picture book audience can comprehend. She begins with the year 1931, which saw some of New York City''s finest hours: "Amazing things were happening big and small./ The Empire State Building went up up up." She continues with the completion of the George Washington Bridge, then zeroes in on the launching of the John J. Harvey, "the largest, fastest and shiniest fireboat of them all." Spot illustrations show its equipment and introduce the crew (including "a dog named Smokey, who did not put out the fires but had many nice spots"), while views of the New York harbor stretch across a spread. She then fast-forwards to 1995: "New York was changing. The Twin Towers were now the tallest buildings in New York City." But the piers are also closing, so the fireboat rests in retirement. One night, a group of friends decide over dinner to restore the John J. Harvey to its original glory. Next, the volume takes an abrupt turn. White type on a black page announces: "But then on September 11, 2001 something so huge and horrible happened that the whole world shook." A sequence of spreads shows the towers literally exploding in dark, angry brushstrokes of black and gray and orange, followed by the many heroes who "sprang into action," including the John J. Harvey. With this inspiring book, Kalman (Next Stop Grand Central) sensitively handles a difficult subject in an age-appropriate manner. Ages 5-up.
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reSchool-Grade 3-Kalman''s hip, high-energy paintings portray American life in 1931: the Empire State Building is constructed, Babe Ruth hits his 611th home run, "Snickers" is invented, and the John J. Harvey is launched to fight fires on New York piers. In its heyday, the boat is the creme de la creme, but toward the end of the century as the piers start to close, it is forced into retirement, soon to become scrap. Amazingly, a group of friends decides to tackle a restoration, and the John J. Harvey is called upon to fight its worst blaze ever. The fireboat''s role on September 11 calls for a shift in the book''s mood and style. The transition is signaled with a quiet page of white text on gray-no art. The spread of the expressionistic explosion is followed by portraits of community helpers. The climax is depicted on a black background with the firefighters, appearing as blue, kinetic outlines, furiously battling the blazing orange, red, and yellow flames with long lines of white spray. Fireboat does many things. It sets forth an adventure, helps commemorate an anniversary, offers an interesting bit of history, celebrates the underdog, and honors the fire-fighting profession. Children and adults will respond to it in as many ways.
Wendy Lukehart, Washington DC Public Library
Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc.

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Gr. 2-6. In 1931, in New York City, "amazing things were happening: big and small." The Empire State Building opened; so did the George Washington Bridge. The Snicker candy bar appeared, and Babe Ruth hit his 611th home run. That was also the year the John J. Harvey fireboat was first launched. It had levers, buttons, buckets, brass trim, and five engines, and it fought fires on the piers. But by 1995, the city had little use for a fireboat, and it sold the Harvey to group of people who restored and used it for fun. Then came 9/11, "something so huge and horrible happened that the whole world shook." The Harvey was called back into service. Firefighters attached their hoses to the boat and fought fires for four days and nights. Kalman does some extraordinary things in this beautiful picture book. She takes the fireboat''s history and puts it within the context of a city that has endured, framing the enormity of 9/11 so young readers, and even small children, can begin to grasp what happened. At the same time, she makes the event part of life''s continuum of loss and endurance. Her artistry is as compassionate as it is brilliant. Wonderful, sweeping images of New York icons bring the city to life; detailed images of the Harvey do the same for the boat. She shows the planes headed toward their targets, then the explosion, and the collapse. It is vivid, but the stark, sensitive rendering is also somehow easier to absorb than the horrible photographs burned into our hearts. By focusing on the boat and the people who worked on it, loved it, and placed it at the service of their city, Kalman casts a blessing far and wide. A hundred years from now, when people want to know what we told our children about 9/11, Kalman''s book should be among the first answers. GraceAnne DeCandido
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* “Kalman does some extraordinary things in this beautiful picture book. She takes the fireboat’s history and puts it within the context of a city that has endured, framing the enormity of 9/11 so young readers, and even small children, can begin to grasp what happened. At the same time, she makes the event part of life’s continuum of loss and endurance. Her artistry is as compassionate as it is brilliant. Wonderful, sweeping images of New York icons bring the city to life; detailed images of the Harvey do the same for the boat. . . . It is vivid, but the stark, sensitive rendering is also somehow easier to absorb than the horrible photographs burned into our hearts. By focusing on the boat and the people who worked on it, loved it, and placed it at the service of their city, Kalman casts a blessing far and wide. . . . A hundred years from now, when people want to know what we told our children about 9/11, Kalman''s book should be among the first answers.Booklist, starred review
 
* “Fireboat does many things. It sets forth an adventure, helps commemorate an anniversary, offers an interesting bit of history, celebrates the underdog, and honors the fire-fighting profession. Children and adults will respond to it in as many ways.” School Library Journal, starred review
 
* “Kalman intelligently conveys those unfathomable events in a way that a picture book audience can comprehend. . . . With this inspiring book, Kalman sensitively handles a difficult subject in an age-appropriate manner.” Publishers Weekly, starred review
 
* “Among the many literary tributes to 9-11 heroism, Kalman’s is particularly exciting, uplifting, and child-sensitive. . . . Revisits the tragedy without the terror and conveys pride without preachiness." The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books, starred review
 
* “Quintessential New York artist Kalman gives us an idiosyncratic but informative look at a Big Apple institution. . . . Kalman’s use of the events of September 11 is honest and honorable, and rarely is she as straightforward as she is here.” The Horn Book, starred review

About the Author

In her own words: "born. bucolic childhood. culture-stuffed adolescence. played piano. stopped. danced. stopped. wrote. discarded writing. drew. reinstated writing. married Tibor Kalman and collaborated at iconoclastic yet successful design studio. wrote and painted children''s books. worried. took up Ping-Pong. relaxed. wrote and painted for many magazines.  cofounded the Rubber Band Society. amused. children: two. dog: one."
In her own words: "born. bucolic childhood. culture-stuffed adolescence. played piano. stopped. danced. stopped. wrote. discarded writing. drew. reinstated writing. married Tibor Kalman and collaborated at iconoclastic yet successful design studio. wrote and painted children''s books. worried. took up Ping-Pong. relaxed. wrote and painted for many magazines.  cofounded the Rubber Band Society. amused. children: two. dog: one."

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Doug or Kaz
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fireboat: A September family tradition in our house
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2016
We own both the hardcover and the paperback version of this book. I first came across this book at Toys (backwards R) Us, and I, too, thought it would be a fun book about a fireboat. As my daughter was about 6 at the time, I eagerly bought this book based on the colorful... See more
We own both the hardcover and the paperback version of this book. I first came across this book at Toys (backwards R) Us, and I, too, thought it would be a fun book about a fireboat. As my daughter was about 6 at the time, I eagerly bought this book based on the colorful cover and book title. I may or may not have flipped through it in the store. Even after I discovered that the fireboat John J Harvey (true story) ''came to the rescue'' on 9-11, I felt this was an appropriate (and wonderful!) book for my young daughter. When September rolled around, I asked her teacher if I could come read it to her class. It became a tradition, and although the task of reading it aloud shifted to her teachers and eventually my daughter, it was read every year up to her first or second year in middle school (and I think she even brought it in and read it during one of her high school classes). I wound up buying 2 paperback versions so that each of my children could share it with their classes on or around September 11th. I was thrilled when my youngest''s 4th grade teacher was not only familiar with the book, but had a copy in her room and was planning to read it before I even brought it up.
I have to say, even after all this time, I have difficulty reading it aloud without crying.
While I chose to read it to my very young children, I would generally recommend it for 2nd grade and up.
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Matthew
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Fire boat enthusiast son''s favorite book- not for toddlers-- preschool or early grade school due to Septemer 11th content
Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2016
When he was 2, our son saw a fire boat in a 4th of July boat parade. From that time on he has been obsessed. We found this book and ordered it, not realizing that the 9-11 subject matter was a little inappropriate for a 2 year old. Luckily, he couldn''t read,so we just... See more
When he was 2, our son saw a fire boat in a 4th of July boat parade. From that time on he has been obsessed. We found this book and ordered it, not realizing that the 9-11 subject matter was a little inappropriate for a 2 year old. Luckily, he couldn''t read,so we just skipped the parts that he might have been confused or upset by.

Now he is 3 and a half ( a precocious, verbally advanced 3 and a half) He is tuning into the good guys/bad guys concept and is a little more aware of bad things happening, heroes saving the day, etc. We decided he was ready for this book as written. This is going to be a judgement call for every parent, but I think it''s a great way to introduce the concept of 9-11 to kids when they are ready. Our son LOVES the John J. Harvey and the fact that the the good people who restored her have been able to use her to save lives. The story brings tears to my eyes but our son doesn''t bat an eye. We would love to go to NYC some day to see the ship in person.
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Never Forget
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2019
I wanted to try to teach my 6 year-old about 9/11 in the best possible way for a child. He’s a pretty sensitive kid, so I was a little worried that this may be too much for him, but it wasn’t. It’s a great story about how something considered to be past it’s prime could... See more
I wanted to try to teach my 6 year-old about 9/11 in the best possible way for a child. He’s a pretty sensitive kid, so I was a little worried that this may be too much for him, but it wasn’t. It’s a great story about how something considered to be past it’s prime could still be so helpful and it was a good way to start the dialogue about 9/11. Never Forget
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Laura Bryan
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September 11th For All
Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2019
This book was fantastic for teaching my 3rd grade class about September 11th. It was informative and educational. It captured the somber day while highlighting the heroic efforts of people. Didn’t completely “sugar coat” the situation yet was completely appropriate for... See more
This book was fantastic for teaching my 3rd grade class about September 11th. It was informative and educational. It captured the somber day while highlighting the heroic efforts of people. Didn’t completely “sugar coat” the situation yet was completely appropriate for young students to educate them about the events of the day via the story of one Fireboat and it’s crew.
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Happy Granny
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True story with lots of heart
Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2018
Loved the artwork. It is a very sensitive matter written very thoughtfully for younger students. The book is awesome. This is a story that will help teach our children about a tragic day in our country''s history that should not be forgotten.
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zarf21
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Wonderful book.
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2016
Bought a couple of copies of this for something age-appropriate for two of our young grandsons ( one is five, the other six) with the 9/11 fifteen-year anniversary in mind. Read it myself in advance of giving it to them and really have to tell you that one illustration in... See more
Bought a couple of copies of this for something age-appropriate for two of our young grandsons ( one is five, the other six) with the 9/11 fifteen-year anniversary in mind. Read it myself in advance of giving it to them and really have to tell you that one illustration in particular just brought that day back to me all over again. It is written and illustrated in just the right tone, giving information and eliciting emotion without unduly frightening young readers. Beautifully conceived, highly recommend.
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btlove
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Wonderful book!
Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2021
Read it to my fourth grade students. They liked it, asked questions, shared family stories. I have since seen them picking it up from the class bookshelf and reading it independently.
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Lynn U. Watson
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Great History Lesson & Holds Their Interest
Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2012
This was an awesome non-fiction historical account of a story from 911. It held the children''s interest well. I read it to my granddaughter''s First Grade class on 911. They were so enthusiastic! Asked lots of questions and had lots of thoughts about the book and the... See more
This was an awesome non-fiction historical account of a story from 911. It held the children''s interest well. I read it to my granddaughter''s First Grade class on 911. They were so enthusiastic! Asked lots of questions and had lots of thoughts about the book and the significance of the day. Only regret was that I found this book too late to order the actual book. Reading it in Kindle version on my ipad to a group of 20 was a bit difficult for everyone to see. A student teacher in the classroom pointed out, though, that by reading it on the iPad through the kindle ap, I had introduced many of the students to a whole new option for reading books.
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Vivi Figueira
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Lindamente ilustrado!
Reviewed in Brazil on January 21, 2019
Esta versão é de capa simples, impressa com qualidade. Para quem ainda não conhece, Maira Kalman é uma ilustradora americana, nascida em Israel, bastante conhecida pelas suas ilustrações para a revista The New Yorker, incluindo capas, por seus livros infantis, livros tipo...See more
Esta versão é de capa simples, impressa com qualidade. Para quem ainda não conhece, Maira Kalman é uma ilustradora americana, nascida em Israel, bastante conhecida pelas suas ilustrações para a revista The New Yorker, incluindo capas, por seus livros infantis, livros tipo diários, pensamentos sobre arte, etc. Suas ilustrações são bastantes coloridas e sua forma de tratar temas, única. Neste "Fireboat: The Heroic Adventures of the John J. Harvey", ela narra o trágico evento do 11 de setembro pelo viés de um barco de bombeiros, de 1931, que havia sido aposentado. Este barco foi reformado sem necessariamente ter como objetivo voltar à ativa como barco de combate a incêndio, mas foi de fundamental importância no evento catastrófico que vitimou os nova-iorquinos no ano de 2001. A forma como ela trata o tema, apresenta as pessoas, é tão especial, que é preciso ver o livro para sentir isso. Estou enviando algumas imagens para exemplificar.
Esta versão é de capa simples, impressa com qualidade.

Para quem ainda não conhece, Maira Kalman é uma ilustradora americana, nascida em Israel, bastante conhecida pelas suas ilustrações para a revista The New Yorker, incluindo capas, por seus livros infantis, livros tipo diários, pensamentos sobre arte, etc.

Suas ilustrações são bastantes coloridas e sua forma de tratar temas, única.

Neste "Fireboat: The Heroic Adventures of the John J. Harvey", ela narra o trágico evento do 11 de setembro pelo viés de um barco de bombeiros, de 1931, que havia sido aposentado. Este barco foi reformado sem necessariamente ter como objetivo voltar à ativa como barco de combate a incêndio, mas foi de fundamental importância no evento catastrófico que vitimou os nova-iorquinos no ano de 2001.

A forma como ela trata o tema, apresenta as pessoas, é tão especial, que é preciso ver o livro para sentir isso. Estou enviando algumas imagens para exemplificar.
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Michael Schulte
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Enttäuschend
Reviewed in Germany on April 28, 2017
Maira Kalman ist die wohl originellste und phantasievollste Kinderbuchautorin und -illustratorin weltweit. Aber was sie hier abliefert, ist wohl während einer profunden Schaffenskrise entstanden. Lust hingeschmiert.
Maira Kalman ist die wohl originellste und phantasievollste Kinderbuchautorin und -illustratorin weltweit. Aber was sie hier abliefert, ist wohl während einer profunden Schaffenskrise entstanden. Lust hingeschmiert.
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Brenda Bysouth
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History present!
Reviewed in Canada on March 29, 2014
A reminder that without the wisdom of the past, and preserving our links to it, we can lose something in our constant push toward the future. Heartwarming in the face of disaster. A lovely book!
A reminder that without the wisdom of the past, and preserving our links to it, we can lose something in our constant push toward the future. Heartwarming in the face of disaster. A lovely book!
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Margaret Yorke
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Great read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 12, 2014
Fireboat is an excellent account of an aspect of 9/11 not known by many. A heart-warming story and nicely illustrated
Fireboat is an excellent account of an aspect of 9/11 not known by many. A heart-warming story and nicely illustrated
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前田劉生
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Hero
Reviewed in Japan on August 10, 2016
古い船が修理されていく過程がのほほんとした絵と共に描かれているのに 途中から911の事件が異物のように入り込んでくる、そのギャップに驚きです。 さらに、この大参事で多数のHeroいたが、このFireboatもその一つという見方にも感心です。 この作者の別の作品をぜひ読んでみたいと思いました。
古い船が修理されていく過程がのほほんとした絵と共に描かれているのに
途中から911の事件が異物のように入り込んでくる、そのギャップに驚きです。
さらに、この大参事で多数のHeroいたが、このFireboatもその一つという見方にも感心です。
この作者の別の作品をぜひ読んでみたいと思いました。
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