Little Santos So You Want to Be a Firefighter

The test was timed, so he was nervous. He knew he couldn't read as fast as his classmates. He knew odds were against him, but he was determined to become a fireman. He took his time and read everything very carefully.

Little Santos    So You Want to Be a Firefighter

Author: Santos Vallejo

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 152454647X

Page: 24

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Little Santos wants to give you the opportunity to learn how to become a firefighter. He is going to take you on a step-by-step journey to becoming a firefighter. Using key points in his own life experiences, you will clearly understand his personal story and the challenges he faced along the way. Hope you enjoy it!

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