Avi the Ambulance to the Rescue!

Avi the Ambulance to the Rescue!

By Claudia Carlson

Illustrated by CB Decker

978-1-68115-512-8

Paperback, 32pp, $9.95

The second book in the Avi the Ambulance series!

Avi want to help people like the other rescue vehicles, such as Hila the helicopter and Motti the medicycle. But his Mom, the command car, has assigned him and his medic Zach to restock supplies. But along the way to delivering them, there is an emergency…and it’s Avi to the rescue! Our favorite ambulance gets to help someone that he never expected would need him. 

About the Author

Claudia Carlson lives in New York City, and  is the author of several works of poetry for adults, including most recently My Chocolate Sarcophagus

About the Illustrator

CB Decker is the illustrator of numerous children’s books, including Farmer Kobi’s Hanukkah Match. 

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.

Reviews for Avi the Ambulance to the Rescue!

"We first met Avi, the little ambulance, when he went to school and learned the important skills he would need (Avi the Ambulance Goes to School, 2015). In his second story, he has the opportunity to practice these lessons. It is a busy day in the garage. First, Avi's big sister Maya is called; then other vehicles leave to help those in distress. Avi is frustrated at being left behind, but he is sent to headquarters to get supplies for his unit. On the way back to the garage he passes an apartment building where the alarm has gone off. Almost everyone leaves except Yofi the cat, who is stranded on a ledge. Avi drives under the window so Yofi can jump to safety. This new series highlights the work of Magen David Adom (Red Star of David), the Israeli rescue and emergency service. The proceeds of the series will help MDA do its work. The story here, while simple, is a reminder that everyone can play a vital role. The rescue scene is mildly exciting, but not scary. The illustrations provide female role models in the work of saving lives. The book also makes the point that having (and getting) supplies may not be exciting, but it is necessary."

- Fred Isaac, Temple Sinai, Oakland, CA