Author Kay Jay’s New Children’s Book “Fire, Fire, Fire!” Teaches Cool Heads Prevail in Hot Situations

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Recent release “Fire, Fire, Fire!” from Page Publishing author Kay Jay begins starts as an ordinary summer day, but things get dangerous when a fire breaks out in the house.

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Kay Jay, an author whose storied career path with the New York Police Department, Transport Security Administration, along with working as an insurance salesperson, and myriad other jobs, has now added author to her resume as she has completed her new book “Fire, Fire, Fire!”: a children’s story that explains the dangers a fire in the home can present—and the heroism of the men and women who serve as firefighters across the world.

“The story is about two little girls visiting their elderly grandmother for the summer, and how even though it was an average summer day, everything can be upended once a fire starts,” the author said of her book’s plot.

Published by Page Publishing, Kay Jay’s story follows Inez and Brenda, two young girls spending the summer at their grandmother, Monica’s, house. From her wheelchair, she watches the children and only leaves them alone long enough to do laundry and speak on the phone.

In an attempt to show readers that dangers can spark at any moment, the author writes about a fire that starts due to faulty wiring in the house. The adventure is detailed in vivid illustrations that follow the action from the calm of the summer day to brave rescue of Monica and the children from the home.

“Fire, Fire, Fire!” can be purchased at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:

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