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The Little Train (Lois Lenski Books)

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Published by Random House Books for Young Readers .
Written in English


Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7429705M
ISBN 100375910719
ISBN 109780375910715

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Published in , this little book will be sure to delight kids even today, with it's charming pictures done in both black and white, and sporadic red. Train enthusiasts will appreciate the page that tells what each part of the train engine engine is called. The Little Train is all about Engine Small, his little black train, and his steam engine/5. THE LITTLE TRAIN (Wobbe A19, Wise A18) An inconsequential, but charming little book for children, the first of several. I enjoyed it. It’s the story of a little train that has spent all its life serving a trunk line for the village of Little Snoreing, but wants more, wants to see the large world where the express trains run/5.   First published in with different illustrations, The Little Train is the sort of cute little cautionary tale that even a Graham Greene couldn't get away with today. Having run away from his shed in sleepy Little Snoreling puffing Freedom, freedom, freedom, the little train becomes so apprehensive among the dark gloomy mountains and so confused in the large station at Smoke Overall (where. Delightful picture book about a little wooden train engine that falls off the table, rolls into a mouse hole, and ultimately heads out into the great, wide world where full-sized engines give him adventurous rides. flag Like see review. Chelsey McNeil rated it it was ok/5.

The first train is supposed to get discouraged with the daunting task. The little blue engine saves the Day by multiple attempts and a can do attitude to keep trying.. not in this book. The first train just isn’t there all the sudden and the little blue engine takes the toys over the mountain. I think it defeats the whole purpose of the by: 3. The Little Engine That Could is an American folktale (existing in the form of several illustrated children's books and films) that became widely known in the United States after publication in by Platt & story is used to teach children the value of optimism and hard work. Based on a online poll, the National Education Association listed the book as one of its "Teachers' Top.   For fans of Katie Flynn and Sheila Jeffries, The Little Train Home is a heart-warming novel from the Queen of family saga, and author of Bicycles and Blackberries, Sheila Newberry. 'I have long been a fan of Sheila Newberry's novels. I love their wonderful warmth and charm.' Maureen Lee, bestselling author of The Seven Streets of Liverpool. Ipswich, /5. About The Little Train. Mr. Small does it all! In this adventure, Engineer Small drives his little train from Tinytown to the city-and back. Along the way, the little train passes tunnels and stops at stations to pick up cargo and passengers.

  Buy a cheap copy of The Little Train book by Lois Lenski. Summary:Mr. Small does it all!In this adventure, Engineer Small drives his little train from Tinytown to the city-and back. Along the way, the little train passes Free shipping over $Cited by: 1. The little blue train never doubt himself, never gave up and achived his goals. The book would be ideal for children aged and A great story and definite a keeper for my aims to deliever a message to help teach children and adults to overcome adversaries and believe in themselves, which i believe is a great message/5. The Little Train book. In a new board book edition of the delightful story, Engineer Small at the throttle takes the little train on its run from Tiny Town to the big city.3/5(1). Marian Potter wrote the classic Little Golden Book The Little Red Caboose, published in It has never been out of print. Tibor Gergely was born in Hungary in and emigrated to the US in He went on to become one of the most prolific early illustrators of Little Golden Books/5().