The Little Train PDF/EPUB ´ The Little eBook Î

The Little Train PDF/EPUB ´ The Little eBook Î


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  • Hardcover
  • 56 pages
  • The Little Train
  • Lois Lenski
  • English
  • 06 August 2019
  • 9780375810718

10 thoughts on “The Little Train

  1. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    My kids love trains but compared to some of the others this didn't even come close to keeping them interested. Way too much information compared to the size of pictures and I had to read fast to get through all the words before their attention was elsewhere. The problem is I find most kids interested in trains are 2-3 year olds. So by the time they're old enough to understand and digest all the information about trains, they're no longer interested in trains, like my 5-yr-old. This wasn't a book for us.


  2. Dianna Dianna says:

    So here's a fun fact: the board book edition of The Little Train is abridged. It has fewer pages and the text is less detailed and more streamlined. While as an adult I liked learning about semaphores and such in the original edition, I found myself abridging as I went along to cater to my toddler's attention span. The board book takes care of this.


  3. ThatLeo ThatLeo says:

    Ding-ding! Choo-choo!!!


    ....Again!!!


  4. Luisa Knight Luisa Knight says:

    A more detailed look at trains and the day in the life of an engineer than your average story. For the real train enthusiasts for sure.

    Ages: 5 - 8

    Note: Parents, this book is lengthier than other picture books.

    **Like my reviews? I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too. These reports give a complete break-down of everything in the book, so you'll know just how clean it is or isn't. I also have Clean Guides (downloadable PDFs) which enable you to clean up your book before reading it! Visit my website: The Book Radar.


  5. Aldean Aldean says:

    Quite an excellent little book, containing a surprising amount of technical detail on steam engines and railroad signals. I have really enjoyed reading this over and over and over again to my train-obsessed four-year-old; I certainly learned a few things in the process. Cute illustrations throughout carefully blend realism with tot-accessible simplicity.


  6. Stacy Stacy says:

    This was a cute book for train enthusiasts.


  7. ReadingwithKiddies ReadingwithKiddies says:

    Moral: None -- Educational story about trains
    
Age range: 2 and up
    
Thoughts: 

As others have mentioned this book is extremely detailed in the workings of trains and railroads. If your little is a train fanatic this is a great pick for you. Though there are alot of words per page with small pictures to accompany them.


  8. Shannon Shannon says:

    I thought this would be a cute train story, but it’s incredibly boring. I feel like if I’d written this for a writing assignment, I would have been scored low for excessive use of “the” and repetitive sentence structure. Pick a different train book. The little engine that could (there seem to be several versions, and some better than others) Locomotive by Brian Floca is exceedingly well done.


  9. Jenny Hartfelder Jenny Hartfelder says:

    It's been a while since I've read this one ... But I think I read it about a half million times when my 3rd was a toddler. 🙈 I wasn't too disappointed when he gradually stopped asking for it so often. 🙈

    If your child is interested in all things trains, they'll probably enjoy this one, although it's definitely an old-fashioned book and a bit on the longish for it's target audience.


  10. Courtney Courtney says:

    My children absolutely adore this book. Reading literature is so important to the development of a child's mind, and I cannot think of thing I would rather do then sit down to read to them in the evenings. Imagination and growth are so vital in those so young.


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The Little Train[Download] ✤ The Little Train ➸ Lois Lenski – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Mr Small does it all!

In this adventure, Engineer Small drives his little train from Tinytown to the cityand back Along the way, the little train passes tunnels and stops at stations to pick Mr Small does it all!In this adventure, Engineer Small drives his little train from Tinytown to the cityand back Along the way, The Little Train passes tunnels and stops at stations to pick up cargo and passengersPresented in full color for the first time, Lois Lenski's The Little Train will delight a whole new generation of readers as they learn all about the ins and outs of a working train.


About the Author: Lois Lenski

of Lenski's books can be collated into 'series' but since they don't have to be read in order, you may be better off just looking for information here:.


10 thoughts on “The Little Train

  1. midnightfaerie midnightfaerie says:

    My kids love trains but compared to some of the others this didn't even come close to keeping them interested. Way too much information compared to the size of pictures and I had to read fast to get through all the words before their attention was elsewhere. The problem is I find most kids interested in trains are 2-3 year olds. So by the time they're old enough to understand and digest all the information about trains, they're no longer interested in trains, like my 5-yr-old. This wasn't a book for us.

  2. Dianna Dianna says:

    So here's a fun fact: the board book edition of The Little Train is abridged. It has fewer pages and the text is less detailed and more streamlined. While as an adult I liked learning about semaphores and such in the original edition, I found myself abridging as I went along to cater to my toddler's attention span. The board book takes care of this.

  3. ThatLeo ThatLeo says:

    Ding-ding! Choo-choo!!!


    ....Again!!!

  4. Luisa Knight Luisa Knight says:

    A more detailed look at trains and the day in the life of an engineer than your average story. For the real train enthusiasts for sure.

    Ages: 5 - 8

    Note: Parents, this book is lengthier than other picture books.

    **Like my reviews? I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too. These reports give a complete break-down of everything in the book, so you'll know just how clean it is or isn't. I also have Clean Guides (downloadable PDFs) which enable you to clean up your book before reading it! Visit my website: The Book Radar.

  5. Aldean Aldean says:

    Quite an excellent little book, containing a surprising amount of technical detail on steam engines and railroad signals. I have really enjoyed reading this over and over and over again to my train-obsessed four-year-old; I certainly learned a few things in the process. Cute illustrations throughout carefully blend realism with tot-accessible simplicity.

  6. Stacy Stacy says:

    This was a cute book for train enthusiasts.

  7. ReadingwithKiddies ReadingwithKiddies says:

    Moral: None -- Educational story about trains
    
Age range: 2 and up
    
Thoughts: 

As others have mentioned this book is extremely detailed in the workings of trains and railroads. If your little is a train fanatic this is a great pick for you. Though there are alot of words per page with small pictures to accompany them.

  8. Shannon Shannon says:

    I thought this would be a cute train story, but it’s incredibly boring. I feel like if I’d written this for a writing assignment, I would have been scored low for excessive use of “the” and repetitive sentence structure. Pick a different train book. The little engine that could (there seem to be several versions, and some better than others) Locomotive by Brian Floca is exceedingly well done.

  9. Jenny Hartfelder Jenny Hartfelder says:

    It's been a while since I've read this one ... But I think I read it about a half million times when my 3rd was a toddler. 🙈 I wasn't too disappointed when he gradually stopped asking for it so often. 🙈

    If your child is interested in all things trains, they'll probably enjoy this one, although it's definitely an old-fashioned book and a bit on the longish for it's target audience.

  10. Courtney Courtney says:

    My children absolutely adore this book. Reading literature is so important to the development of a child's mind, and I cannot think of thing I would rather do then sit down to read to them in the evenings. Imagination and growth are so vital in those so young.

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