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Choo-Choo: Books about Trains

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Big Choo by Stephen Shaskan
Little Choo wants to be just like his father Papa Pufferbelly, but pulling a line of freight cars up a steep mountain might be a little too much for the small engine.
Caillou Takes the Train by Anne Paradis
"Caillou is on board for his first train trip with his family. Traveling by train turns out to be a very exciting adventure!"
Choo Choo : The Story of a Little Engine Who Ran Away by Virginia Lee Burton
A little engine decides it could go much faster without pulling all the other cars, so it takes off by itself.
Chugga Chugga Choo Choo by Emma Garcia
A little red train goes on a trip from the seaside to the forest, the city, the farm, and finally the station for a rest, where it is visited by a bunch of noisy birds.
Chugga-Chugga Choo-Choo by Kevin Lewis
A rhyming story about a toy freight train's day, from loading freight in the morning to retiring to the roundhouse after the day's work is done.
Follow the Track, All the Way Back by Timothy Knapman
Little Train happily ventures out on the railroad track alone for the first time, but when he reaches the end of the tracks, it is getting dark and Little Train is worried until he recalls what his parents said about finding his way home.
Old Tracks, New Tricks by Jessica Petersen
Trixie and Tracky are disappointed when the wooden train set they join is full of bossy trains and snoring train tracks.
Peppa and the Big Train. by  Eone
Peppa Pig and her friends set off on a train adventure with their teacher Madame Gazelle, who gives them activity sheets to record different items they spot outside along the way.
Sleep Train by Jonathan London
"After climbing into bed with his book, a little boy goes on a bedtime adventure as he counts the train cars between the engine and the caboose."
Terrific Trains by Tony Mitton
Terrific trains follows the animal crew as they travel the railroads. Climb on board and whiz down the track to discover different types of trains and how rail travel works. Every page of this chunky board book is full of details machine-mad toddlers love: diesel, steam, and electric engines, the signals, and so much more!
Train by Chris L. Demarest
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
"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."
Train Travel by Deborah Lock
Takes a look at trains and train travel in the following places: India, Europe, Peru, Russia, Australia, South Africa, United States, Canada, Japan, and China.
Trains by Ian Graham
"Looks at the inner workings of a selection of railroad trains, including steam trains, electric trains, heavy-duty diesel trains, and high-speed trains, in a board book with lift flaps."
Trains Don't Sleep by Andria Warmflash Rosenbaum
"A child's imagination works overtime while he conducts a busy fleet of trains."
Trains Go by Steve Light
Trains grumble, roar, and squeak their way through this board book.
Updated 06/18/2018