6 edition of Mose the Fireman found in the catalog.
Relates the tall tale adventures of Mose Humphries, a nineteenth-century fireman in New York City.
|Statement||written by Eric Metaxas ; illustrated by Everett Peck.|
|Contributions||Peck, Everett, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M564 Mo 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2004047728|
Jump to the clang of the firebell and take a colorful ride through New York in the s with Mose the Fireman. Michael Keaton reads this delightful comic history and musical accompaniment is provided by John Beasley and Walter Becker. The book’s adults are somehow stuck in the s, since panic has yanked them right back to childhood. The one place they are convinced is a .
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One of the most popular dramatic characters of the New York stage in the 19th century—and a figure almost completely forgotten today—was Mose the Fireman. Off-Broadway Axis Company will try to. The original Mose became the model for a character named Mose in a play called "A Glance at New York," a slang-slinging, pugilistic butcher-firefighter who then starred in a series of popular plays. The character of Mose was picked up by dime novels, mostly by Ned Buntline, where he was the leader of the street-fighting Bowery B'hoys.
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Mose the Fireman is a brilliant story from Rabbit Ears Productions about how New Yorks greatest fireman, Moses Mose Humphrey single handily saves New York city from fires everywhere.
Michael Keatons New York accented narration along with Walter Becker and John Beasleys jazzy music and Everett Pecks scratchy yet hilarious illustrations make Mose Mose the Fireman book.
The book itself doesn't need improvement, but there is a DVD and CD narration available through Rabbit Ears Entertainment, and there's more where that came from -- it's part of a larger collection of American folktales.
Rabbit Ears Treasury of Tall Tales: Volume Two: Mose the Fireman, Stormalong/5(5). “Mose the Fireman” is a great story for children who love to read stories about the world of firefighting and who also Mose the Fireman book to read about various tall tales in America.
I would recommend this book to children ages five and up since some of Michael Keaton’s narration might be a Occupation: Seller. Print book: Fiction: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Relates the tall tale adventures of Mose Humphries, a nineteenth-century fireman in New York City.
Moses Humphrey was a member of Fire Company 40 in New York City in the s, and the inspiration for the folk hero character "Mose the Fireboy".
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Mose the Fireman. [Eric Metaxas; Everett Peck] -- Relates the tall tale adventures of Mose Humphries, a nineteenth-century fireman in New York City. Mose the Fireman by Eric Metaxas, Everett Peck. Hardcover (Library Binding) $ Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in-store purchase.
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Mose Humphreys was a real person and volunteer firefighter who was born in the Bowery District of New York City around He was the captain of Engine Company # The tales of Mose Humphreys illustrate both the willingness to do a dangerous job, and putting others before oneself.
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Mose is a Bunyanesque figure and will be a favorite of young listeners who love those fire trucks. The jazz score by former Steely Dan founder Walter Becker is a great addition.
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Mose the Fireman (Rabbit Ears: a Classic Tale) Kindle Edition by Eric Metaxas (Author), Everett Peck (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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