Freight Train

Freight Train

Book - 1978
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Brief text and illustrations trace the journey of a colorful train as it goes through tunnels, by cities, and over trestles.
Publisher: New York : Greenwillow Books, c1978
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780688841652
9780688801656
068880165X
0688841651
Characteristics: [22] p. : col. ill. ; 22 x 26 cm

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Kyla_Book
Feb 18, 2021

Great crisp minimalistic book. Worked well as a short vivid book that kept my toddler's interest and entertained both a baby and older child.

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RockyRidgePicks
Oct 13, 2020

A very minimalistic type of children's book that really attracts attention with it's bold colours! Great for learning colours and counting for a child that loves trains!

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nmbrock
Apr 13, 2020

books for 2 year olds

JCLBeckyC Nov 06, 2018

This book is an excellent example of the 6 by 6 skill "Talk, talk, talk." Kids hear more new words when you read books – about three times more than in normal conversation. When you come to words your child isn’t familiar with, don’t substitute with an easier word. I like to point out to my storytime kids that even grownups learn new words when they read picture books. I learned the words "gondola" and "trestles" by reading this book. I like to read this book at the end of storytime, followed by the song, "The Goodbye Train."

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kgruscho
Apr 27, 2018

Great for introducing books to infants and toddlers. I don't know why infants like knowing what a tender or box car is, but some do. Drawing are simple, plot is great (i.e. it barely exists and is physical, you see the train, and it goes). My kid learned to "read" this on his own by 22 months. Terrific for learning colors.

CatherineG_1 Feb 15, 2016

One of my son's favourite books from childhood. Great choice for all the little engineers! Can be used for teaching colours.

cals_kidsbookbuyer Oct 08, 2015

This is a great story to share with little ones just learning their colors. The pictures are perfect for young children to be able to identify.

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pnaduy
Apr 14, 2015

Simple, easy to understand, good for kids who are from 2 to 3 years old.

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Rachel_Em
Jan 04, 2015

Choo choo! A fun read for young children, simple and developmentally appropriate with bright colors and few words per page.

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jeanreed_99
Sep 20, 2014

This book was a little more simple than I had anticipated with the award announced on the front, however my boys enjoyed it much more than I would have expected and both my 2 year old and 4 year old went back to it to look through themselves later, so it definitely caught their attention, which makes it better than I thought. I did like how it named the different types of cars on a train. My 4 year old liked counting the cars and naming the colors.

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