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Chug-a-chug: Books about Trains

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All Aboard With Johanna
by Kathrin Scharer Details
The tale of a little pig's adventurous train trip unfolds as she, her surroundings and companions are being drawn by the author.
All Aboard!
by Rebecca Kai Dotlitch Details
Illustrations and rhyming text show two boys who meet on a train ride--as they pass through various landscapes and by other hard-working trains--on their way to camp.
Let's Look at Trains
by Britta Teckentrup Details
Looks at different types of trains and their components, including observation cars, sleeper cars, coal cars, and subway cars.
Old Tracks, New Tricks
by Jessica Petersen Details
Trixie and Tracky are disappointed when the wooden train set they join is full of bossy trains and snoring train tracks.
Steam Train, Dream Train Colors
by Sherri Duskey Rinker Details
All aboard for a rainbow of train cars and their lively animal crew! Vivid colors and cozy rhyming text inspired by the bestselling Steam Train, Dream Train will make learning colors a rich experience for the youngest readers.
The Winter Train
by Susanna Isern Details
As the cold weather approaches, the forest animals prepare to board the train that will take them to a warmer place for the winter, but then someone realizes that Squirrel is missing.
by Chris L. Demarest Details
Rhyming text and illustrations depict the sights and sounds of a train ride.
Train Off the Rails : With Kody and Dot
by Robert Von Goeben Details
"Kody and Dot drive a delivery train around the same loop, every single day. Then one day, their train jumps the tracks, and the discover a whole new way of looking at their jobs."
Trains Can Float: And Other Fun Facts
by Laura Lyn DiSiena Details
A book of fun facts about all sorts of vehicles and transportation.
Trains Don't Sleep
by Andria Warmflash Rosenbaum Details
"A child's imagination works overtime while he conducts a busy fleet of trains."
Trains Go
by Steve Light Details
Trains grumble, roar, and squeak their way through this board book.
Where Do Steam Trains Sleep at Night?
by Brianna Caplan Sayres Details
Imagines the bedtime rituals of different types of trains.
Updated 08/31/2017

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