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Richie, a New York City firefighter or bombero, only speaks inglés, but he answers all calls for help. In any language, a good deed is still a good deed. When Tito grows up, he wants to be a bombero. He speaks both inglés and español. But he never dreamed his bilingual skill might actually help Richie and the other bomberos save the day!
This title is available as an embedded (English with Spanish sprinkled throughout) edition.
For the past nineteen years, Tim Hoppey has worked as a New York City firefighter. He is stationed in East Harlem, which is the setting for Tito, the Firefighter/Tito, el bombero. Firefighting has inspired many of the children's stories he has written over the years and two books of poetry. Tim Hoppey lives in Shoreham, New York.
Kimberly Hoffman is an illustrator and a graphic designer who lives just outside Los Angeles. When not busy with her artwork, Kimberly enjoys movies and spending time with her daughter, Acacia. Kimberly Hoffman lives in Los Angeles, California.