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Firestormers: Elite Firefighting Crew
Firestormers: Elite Firefighting Crew
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Firestormers: Elite Firefighting Crew

by Carl Bowen
Illustrated by Marc Lee

From the makers of SHADOW SQUADRON comes another elite crew of heroes, but these heroes fight a very different battle: the war against wildfires. With the climate changing and the population growing, wildfires have increased in number, size, and severity. Only an elite group of men and women are equipped to take on these immense infernos: Firestormers! Like the toughest military units, they have the courage, the heart, and the technology to stand on the front lines against hundred-foot walls of 2,000-degree flames. With hyper-realistic illustrations and action-packed story lines, these fiery chapter books are sure to make any reader sweat.

PublisherCapstone Young Readers
Age Level9-13 Years
Reading LevelGrades 4-8
SubjectTechnology, Action & Adventure, Science & Nature
Trim Size5 1/4 x 8
Page Count224



Kirkus Reviews

"An elite troop of wildfire fighters drops in on an inferno with a lieutenant on his first command. Bowen, who has a previous tightly woven thriller under his belt in Shadow Squadron: Elite Infantry (2013), tenders another taut piece of beyond-the-call-of-duty adventure. . . .full of good shoptalk for daredevils and gearheads, more excellent visualization (and forest-firefighting wisdom) than melodrama by a factor of five. . . .When the smoke clears, a group of characters emerges deserving a unique and universal respect." - Kirkus Reviews

June 15, 2016

Carl Bowen

Carl Bowen

Carl Bowen's novel, Shadow Squadron: Elite Infantry, earned a starred review from Kirkus.  He lives in Lawrenceville, Georgia.

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