Avi the Ambulance

Avi the Ambulance Goes to School

By Claudia Carlson

978-168115-503-6

Paperback; 32pp $9.95

 

 

Go to School with Avi!

Meet Avi the Ambulance! Avi dreams of being a life-saving ambulance just like his Mom, Dad, and big sister Maya. So what’s a young, ambitious ambulance to do? Go to school, of course!

Avi learns all sort of important skills from the ambulance teacher at school: How to zig-and-zag, zoom-and-stop, and, of course, how to treat patients well and drive gently. This first book of the new Avi the Ambulance series will charm young readers, and give them a taste of Israel and the Jewish value of helping others.

About the Authors

Claudia Carlson is the author of several collections of poems, including Pocket Park and The Elephant House, and is the coeditor of The Poets' Grimm: 20th Century Poems from Grimm Fairy Tales.  She works at American Friends of Magen David Adom as a graphic designer.

Magen David Adom is Israel’s ambulance, blood services, and disaster–relief organization. It serves as emergency medical first responders for the state’s more than 8 million people. More than 14,000 professionals and volunteers help save lives at MDA.

About Apples & Honey Press

Apples & Honey Press brings together the best authors and illustrators from North America and Israel to create memorable stories for children that illuminate the values of family, community, having fun, and being the best we can be.

                     

Avi the Ambulance Reviews        

Developed through a partnership between the American Friends of Magen David Adom and Apple & Honey Press, the multi-part illustrated book, "Avi the Ambulance Goes to School," follows the adventures of an eager young ambulance who dreams of rescuing people. The stories help children learn more about Israel and the important work for the country’s first responders.

- jns.org