And the Train Goes... eBook ☆ And the PDF or Train

And the Train Goes... eBook ☆ And the PDF or Train

And the Train Goes... [Epub] ➜ And the Train Goes... By William Bee – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Climb Aboard For A Quirky Look At Life On A Train, Chock Full Of Sound Words And Sly SurprisesUFF CHUFF, CHUFFERTY CHUFFPUFF PUFF, PUFFERTY PUFFHere S One Train You Don T Want To Miss From The Stout S Climb Aboard For A Quirky Look At Train Goes... Kindle Ï Life On A Train, Chock Full Of Sound Words And Sly SurprisesUFF CHUFF, CHUFFERTY CHUFFPUFF PUFF, PUFFERTY PUFFHere S And the PDF or One Train You Don T Want To Miss From The Stout Stationmaster To The Chickens A Laying, From A Traveling Teapot To A Chaotic Class Trip, The the Train Goes... Kindle Ö Clever Visual Details Aboard Every Teeming Car Will Have Readers Riding This Train Again And Again Woo Wooooo.


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10 thoughts on “And the Train Goes...

  1. Becky Becky says:

    First sentence Here is the station all noisy and full, and the station clock goes tick tock, tickerty tockand the man in the station office cries, Hurry up Hurry up Anytickets Premise plot I guess the point of this one is to make adult readers make a lot of silly noises out loud There is a definite repeated pattern Here is the and And the train goes The sounds themselves don t repeat all that often until the ending when a parrot says all the sounds over again My t First sentence Here is the station all noisy and full, and the station clock goes tick tock, tickerty tockand the man in the station office cries, Hurry up Hurry up Anytickets Premise plot I guess the point of this one is to make adult readers make a lot of silly noises out loud There is a definite repeated pattern Here is the and And the train goe...


  2. Shannon Shannon says:

    There is no point to this book There isn t a story, the people on the train aren t funny or entertaining, and the flow of the words especially the sound words is really awkward.Kids who are train fanatics will probably want to pick it up just...


  3. Lizzie Lizzie says:

    Worked well for a toddler storytime The kids really got into imitating the sounds The illustrations reminded me of the Drummer Hoff book.


  4. Heather Heather says:

    Bright colors and simple text make a solid read aloud Kids will enjoy the onomatopoeia, and parents will find the in jokes a little funny Good for voices and expressions to keep kids interested Recommended ages 2 4.


  5. Brett Brett says:

    I love the story s concept of all the sounds you hear when watching a train go by, the illustrations are nothing short of glorious.


  6. Jill Jill says:

    I didn t like this one as much as And the Car Goes, but I did still really enjoy the illustrations.


  7. Tracy Tracy says:

    Great old timey illustrations and fun sounds.


  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    For those of you who haven t discovered William Bee run out today and see if you can find his book Start with Beware The Frog and move on from there after you read Beware the Frog, you ll be a fan Last week, the kids where I do storytime were stuck inside all day because it was raining By the time I got them at 10 00 am, they were running up and down the walls, cynical and totally unable to focus I tried Lois Lenski s train book I was going with the train theme , made it two pages in, and For those of you who haven t discovered William Bee run out t...


  9. Kathleen Dixon Kathleen Dixon says:

    This is a gorgeous book for pre schoolers and anyone else who happens to be around listening and looking The illustrations are quite remarkable bold colours, but lots of intricate detail strong blacks and whites for contrast marvellous expressions on faces I can never get over how the placement of simple lines and shapes can tell us SO much The story is simple we start off at the train station all noisy and full , and then each group gets into its carriage, the whistle blows, the fire This is a gorgeous book for pre schoolers and anyone else who happens to be around listening and looking The illustrations are quite remarkable bold colours, but lots of intricate detail strong blacks and whites for contrast marvellous expressions on faces I can never get over how the placement of simple lines and shapes can tell us SO much The story is simple we start off at the train station all noisy and full , and then each group gets into its carriage, the whistle blows, the fireman shovels the coal, and off they go while the train goes chuff chuff, chuffertyt chuff and puff puff and clickerty click etc., so the reading aloud is such a pleasure The grandchildren love this book I m not sure that they appreciate the artistry of the illustrations I haven t focused...


  10. Asho Asho says:

    We have a ton of choo choo books checked out from the library right now due to my son s recent interest in trains, and this one is probably my favorite of the bunch so far.The color palette is unusual, and the drawings have cool details and feel timeless often I can place the year a book was published within 5 10 years, but I never could place this one and had to look it up on the copyright page turns out it s relatively new There s a ton of onomatopoeia and words to repeat that the variou We have a ton of choo choo books checked out from the library right now due to my son s recent interest in trains, and this one is probably my favorite of the bunch so far.The color palette is unusual, and the drawings have cool details and feel timeless often I can place the year a book was published within 5 10 years, but I never could...


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10 thoughts on “And the Train Goes...

  1. Becky Becky says:

    First sentence Here is the station all noisy and full, and the station clock goes tick tock, tickerty tockand the man in the station office cries, Hurry up Hurry up Anytickets Premise plot I guess the point of this one is to make adult readers make a lot of silly noises out loud There is a definite repeated pattern Here is the and And the train goes The sounds themselves don t repeat all that often until the ending when a parrot says all the sounds over again My t First sentence Here is the station all noisy and full, and the station clock goes tick tock, tickerty tockand the man in the station office cries, Hurry up Hurry up Anytickets Premise plot I guess the point of this one is to make adult readers make a lot of silly noises out loud There is a definite repeated pattern Here is the and And the train goe...

  2. Shannon Shannon says:

    There is no point to this book There isn t a story, the people on the train aren t funny or entertaining, and the flow of the words especially the sound words is really awkward.Kids who are train fanatics will probably want to pick it up just...

  3. Lizzie Lizzie says:

    Worked well for a toddler storytime The kids really got into imitating the sounds The illustrations reminded me of the Drummer Hoff book.

  4. Heather Heather says:

    Bright colors and simple text make a solid read aloud Kids will enjoy the onomatopoeia, and parents will find the in jokes a little funny Good for voices and expressions to keep kids interested Recommended ages 2 4.

  5. Brett Brett says:

    I love the story s concept of all the sounds you hear when watching a train go by, the illustrations are nothing short of glorious.

  6. Jill Jill says:

    I didn t like this one as much as And the Car Goes, but I did still really enjoy the illustrations.

  7. Tracy Tracy says:

    Great old timey illustrations and fun sounds.

  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    For those of you who haven t discovered William Bee run out today and see if you can find his book Start with Beware The Frog and move on from there after you read Beware the Frog, you ll be a fan Last week, the kids where I do storytime were stuck inside all day because it was raining By the time I got them at 10 00 am, they were running up and down the walls, cynical and totally unable to focus I tried Lois Lenski s train book I was going with the train theme , made it two pages in, and For those of you who haven t discovered William Bee run out t...

  9. Kathleen Dixon Kathleen Dixon says:

    This is a gorgeous book for pre schoolers and anyone else who happens to be around listening and looking The illustrations are quite remarkable bold colours, but lots of intricate detail strong blacks and whites for contrast marvellous expressions on faces I can never get over how the placement of simple lines and shapes can tell us SO much The story is simple we start off at the train station all noisy and full , and then each group gets into its carriage, the whistle blows, the fire This is a gorgeous book for pre schoolers and anyone else who happens to be around listening and looking The illustrations are quite remarkable bold colours, but lots of intricate detail strong blacks and whites for contrast marvellous expressions on faces I can never get over how the placement of simple lines and shapes can tell us SO much The story is simple we start off at the train station all noisy and full , and then each group gets into its carriage, the whistle blows, the fireman shovels the coal, and off they go while the train goes chuff chuff, chuffertyt chuff and puff puff and clickerty click etc., so the reading aloud is such a pleasure The grandchildren love this book I m not sure that they appreciate the artistry of the illustrations I haven t focused...

  10. Asho Asho says:

    We have a ton of choo choo books checked out from the library right now due to my son s recent interest in trains, and this one is probably my favorite of the bunch so far.The color palette is unusual, and the drawings have cool details and feel timeless often I can place the year a book was published within 5 10 years, but I never could place this one and had to look it up on the copyright page turns out it s relatively new There s a ton of onomatopoeia and words to repeat that the variou We have a ton of choo choo books checked out from the library right now due to my son s recent interest in trains, and this one is probably my favorite of the bunch so far.The color palette is unusual, and the drawings have cool details and feel timeless often I can place the year a book was published within 5 10 years, but I never could...

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