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Hey! Get Off Our Train [Epub] ➚ Hey! Get Off Our Train ➟ John Burningham – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A little boy enjoys playing with his train set but his mother sends him to bed because it is getting late She gives him his dog pyjama case to snuggle up to and off he goes to sleep but only to dreamH A little boy enjoys Off Our PDF ✓ playing with his train set but Hey! Get Epub / his mother sends him to bed because it is getting late Get Off Our PDF Í She gives him his dog pyjama case to snuggle up to and off he goes to sleep but only to dreamHe dreams about animals wanting to get on the train that he, and his pyjama case dog, are driving and as each animal wants to get on the train he shouts Oi Get off our train But for very good reasons he eventually allows them all on to the trainIllus in full color An IRA Children s ChoiceA Parents Choice Award winner for illustrationA California Children s Book Award winner.

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Hey! Get Off Our Train
  • John Burningham
  • English
  • 07 March 2019
  • 0517882043

About the Author: John Burningham

to Helen Oxenbury They Off Our PDF ✓ have one son and two daughtersJohn Hey! Get Epub / Burningham was born in in Farnham, Surrey, and attended the Get Off Our PDF Í alternative school, Summerhill In he spent two years travelling through Italy, Yugoslavia and Israel, working at a variety of jobsFrom , he studied at the Central School of Art, after which he designed posters for London Transport and the British Transport Commission He also spent a year on an animated puppet film in the Middle East He then became a writer and illustrator of children s books, his first book, Borka The Adventures of a Goose With No Feathers winning the Kate Greenaway Medal in , an achievement he repeated with Mr Gumpy s Outing Since then, he has written and illustrated many children s books He is also a freelance designer of murals, exhibitions models, magazine illustrations and advertisements.



10 thoughts on “Hey! Get Off Our Train

  1. Ben Trevail Ben Trevail says:

    My son has curiously become rather attached to this and we read it most nights A dreamy nod to Noah s Ark, highlighting animals under threat.

  2. Gerry Gerry says:

    A young boy enjoys playing with his train set but as it gets late his mother sends him to bed and takes him his doggy pyjama case to keep him company.The boy dreams of being a train driver, assisted by his pet pyjama case dog who has come to life, and they enjoy their journey and when it looks as though it is going to be foggy, the boy says that they can play ghosts But the fog doesn t last long enough so they steam on.As they go along they encounter a variety of animals, all of whom, for very A young boy enjoys playing with his train set but as it gets late his mother sends him to bed and takes him his doggy pyjama case to keep him company.The boy dreams of being a train driver, assisted by his pet pyjama case dog who has come to life, and they enjoy their journey and when it looks as though it is going to be foggy, the boy says that they can play ghosts But the fog doesn t last long enough so they steam on.As they go along they encounter a variety of animals, all of whom, for very good reasons, want to get on the train but initially the boy s answer is Oi Get off our train to each of them as they appear But the animals each give a very good reason for wanting to be on the train, for instance the first of them, an elephant, says, Someone is coming to cut off my tusks, and soon there will be none of us left The boy relents and allows them all onto the train.With a train full of animals, the journey continues until the boy realises that he has to get home for, as he says, I have to get to school in the morning And they return and he continues his then dreamless sleep Beautifully illustrated it is a lovely book with good messages about the animals, just what youngsters should be aware of

  3. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    Oh, I just loved this It turned to be about something even better than I d anticipated, and there s a wonderful twist ending I did not expect at all.I love trains By the time I was eleven, I d been on 2 ships, I plane, but multiple train rides, including 9 times on the California Zephyr, between the San Francisco Bay Area and Chicago So, I really enjoyed the part about the train, including the mesmerizing illustrations.But this book is actually about endangered animal species, and why they a Oh, I just loved this It turned to be about something even better than I d anticipated, and there s a wonderful twist ending I did not expect at all.I love trains By the time I was eleven, I d been on 2 ships, I plane, but multiple train rides, including 9 times on the California Zephyr, between the San Francisco Bay Area and Chicago So, I really enjoyed the part about the train, including the mesmerizing illustrations.But this book is actually about endangered animal species, and why they are endangered humans It s done very well, seriously but with some fun and whimsy too.It s mostly about a boy s dream, but that surprise ending is a hoot

  4. Holly Holly says:

    Brilliant book Good for shared reading EYFS and KS1 and early readers The story can be used to introduce children to the ideas of the environment, endangered animals and the problems they face The stroy also lends itself very well to role play and disucssion of characters.

  5. Ruth Ruth says:

    I love the interplay between childish talk Oi, get off our train, with theserious issue of preserving our planet in order for those creatures who climb aboard to have a future JB dedicates the book to somebody who tried to protect the Brazilian rainforest.

  6. Jacob Hoefer Jacob Hoefer says:

    I never thought I d see a combination of Farewell to Shady Glade and Snowpiercer.Not that I m complainingjust ya know, unexpected.

  7. Daniele Bower Daniele Bower says:

    This story follows a young boy who is told to clean up and go to bed Rather than doing so, he decides to enter an adventure of riding on his train, picking up animals along the way On his journey, an elephant jumps on board He tells the elephant to get off the train, but the elephant begs him to let him stay due to a human trying to take his tusks Next, we see a sea lion hop on the train The boy asks the sea lion to leave as well, but the sea lion explains that he cannot return home His ho This story follows a young boy who is told to clean up and go to bed Rather than doing so, he decides to enter an adventure of riding on his train, picking up animals along the way On his journey, an elephant jumps on board He tells the elephant to get off the train, but the elephant begs him to let him stay due to a human trying to take his tusks Next, we see a sea lion hop on the train The boy asks the sea lion to leave as well, but the sea lion explains that he cannot return home His home is too dirty and the humans are catching all of his fish, so he has nothing to eat The boy allows him to stay on the train as well A heron is now found on the train The heron tells the boy that he cannot leave the train because his marsh is being drained, and he cannot live on dry land A tiger follows suit and hops on the train as well The boy allows the tiger to stay aboard the train because the tiger cannot stay in his home due to all of the trees getting cut down in his forest Lastly, a polar bear climbs onto the train The boy tells the polar bear to get off, but the polar cannot go home either He needs to escape the human who is trying to take his fur to make a coat Once all of the animals are on board, the boy returns home in order to go to school in the morning This book is a great way to teach students about the environment We can use the experiences these animals have to show them that they need to take care of animals and the world in order to protect them from extinction This can also be a great book to introduce fictional narratives Students love to write fiction stories A teacher can use this book to model using toys, such as a train, to write a fictional story

  8. Izzy Dorrance Izzy Dorrance says:

    I really like this book because it explores why different animals are becoming endangered.

  9. Ugo Norcaro Ugo Norcaro says:

    Oi Get off our train John Burningham This book had me at Oi The story is making statements about the plight of endangered animals and the treatment, pollution of the environment Planet Earth , so loads of opportunities to link in with other topics There is a distinct pattern to the story layout which will help developing readers, as well as the repeated catch phrase from the book s title All the separate segments are cleverly interlinked, but at the same time providing convenient places to Oi Get off our train John Burningham This book had me at Oi The story is making statements about the plight of endangered animals and the treatment, pollution of the environment Planet Earth , so loads of opportunities to link in with other topics There is a distinct pattern to the story layout which will help developing readers, as well as the repeated catch phrase from the book s title All the separate segments are cleverly interlinked, but at the same time providing convenient places to stop and pick it up another time, allowing the teacher to spread the reading over several days The pictures are basic or you could even say childlike, which could well inspire confidence for children to attempt illustrate their own stories I think there is also a little darkness to the pictures, which is suited to the underlying tone of the book I m not too sure of the ending, is it a bit silly, maybe it s because I m a bit of an old fogey, I m sure children will love it Overall, there is lots and lots to stimulate a child s imagination in this book

  10. Desi Desi says:

    Huh This book was weeeeird The illustrations were gorgeous but the storyline was made up of animals getting on the imaginary train and then plaintively stating their imminent extinction I m 100% for saving the polar bears and raising awareness of these issues with children but this was a strange way to do it Even John Paul raises his eyebrow at the approach Buzzkill.

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10 thoughts on “Hey! Get Off Our Train

  1. Ben Trevail Ben Trevail says:

    My son has curiously become rather attached to this and we read it most nights A dreamy nod to Noah s Ark, highlighting animals under threat.

  2. Gerry Gerry says:

    A young boy enjoys playing with his train set but as it gets late his mother sends him to bed and takes him his doggy pyjama case to keep him company.The boy dreams of being a train driver, assisted by his pet pyjama case dog who has come to life, and they enjoy their journey and when it looks as though it is going to be foggy, the boy says that they can play ghosts But the fog doesn t last long enough so they steam on.As they go along they encounter a variety of animals, all of whom, for very A young boy enjoys playing with his train set but as it gets late his mother sends him to bed and takes him his doggy pyjama case to keep him company.The boy dreams of being a train driver, assisted by his pet pyjama case dog who has come to life, and they enjoy their journey and when it looks as though it is going to be foggy, the boy says that they can play ghosts But the fog doesn t last long enough so they steam on.As they go along they encounter a variety of animals, all of whom, for very good reasons, want to get on the train but initially the boy s answer is Oi Get off our train to each of them as they appear But the animals each give a very good reason for wanting to be on the train, for instance the first of them, an elephant, says, Someone is coming to cut off my tusks, and soon there will be none of us left The boy relents and allows them all onto the train.With a train full of animals, the journey continues until the boy realises that he has to get home for, as he says, I have to get to school in the morning And they return and he continues his then dreamless sleep Beautifully illustrated it is a lovely book with good messages about the animals, just what youngsters should be aware of

  3. Lisa Vegan Lisa Vegan says:

    Oh, I just loved this It turned to be about something even better than I d anticipated, and there s a wonderful twist ending I did not expect at all.I love trains By the time I was eleven, I d been on 2 ships, I plane, but multiple train rides, including 9 times on the California Zephyr, between the San Francisco Bay Area and Chicago So, I really enjoyed the part about the train, including the mesmerizing illustrations.But this book is actually about endangered animal species, and why they a Oh, I just loved this It turned to be about something even better than I d anticipated, and there s a wonderful twist ending I did not expect at all.I love trains By the time I was eleven, I d been on 2 ships, I plane, but multiple train rides, including 9 times on the California Zephyr, between the San Francisco Bay Area and Chicago So, I really enjoyed the part about the train, including the mesmerizing illustrations.But this book is actually about endangered animal species, and why they are endangered humans It s done very well, seriously but with some fun and whimsy too.It s mostly about a boy s dream, but that surprise ending is a hoot

  4. Holly Holly says:

    Brilliant book Good for shared reading EYFS and KS1 and early readers The story can be used to introduce children to the ideas of the environment, endangered animals and the problems they face The stroy also lends itself very well to role play and disucssion of characters.

  5. Ruth Ruth says:

    I love the interplay between childish talk Oi, get off our train, with theserious issue of preserving our planet in order for those creatures who climb aboard to have a future JB dedicates the book to somebody who tried to protect the Brazilian rainforest.

  6. Jacob Hoefer Jacob Hoefer says:

    I never thought I d see a combination of Farewell to Shady Glade and Snowpiercer.Not that I m complainingjust ya know, unexpected.

  7. Daniele Bower Daniele Bower says:

    This story follows a young boy who is told to clean up and go to bed Rather than doing so, he decides to enter an adventure of riding on his train, picking up animals along the way On his journey, an elephant jumps on board He tells the elephant to get off the train, but the elephant begs him to let him stay due to a human trying to take his tusks Next, we see a sea lion hop on the train The boy asks the sea lion to leave as well, but the sea lion explains that he cannot return home His ho This story follows a young boy who is told to clean up and go to bed Rather than doing so, he decides to enter an adventure of riding on his train, picking up animals along the way On his journey, an elephant jumps on board He tells the elephant to get off the train, but the elephant begs him to let him stay due to a human trying to take his tusks Next, we see a sea lion hop on the train The boy asks the sea lion to leave as well, but the sea lion explains that he cannot return home His home is too dirty and the humans are catching all of his fish, so he has nothing to eat The boy allows him to stay on the train as well A heron is now found on the train The heron tells the boy that he cannot leave the train because his marsh is being drained, and he cannot live on dry land A tiger follows suit and hops on the train as well The boy allows the tiger to stay aboard the train because the tiger cannot stay in his home due to all of the trees getting cut down in his forest Lastly, a polar bear climbs onto the train The boy tells the polar bear to get off, but the polar cannot go home either He needs to escape the human who is trying to take his fur to make a coat Once all of the animals are on board, the boy returns home in order to go to school in the morning This book is a great way to teach students about the environment We can use the experiences these animals have to show them that they need to take care of animals and the world in order to protect them from extinction This can also be a great book to introduce fictional narratives Students love to write fiction stories A teacher can use this book to model using toys, such as a train, to write a fictional story

  8. Izzy Dorrance Izzy Dorrance says:

    I really like this book because it explores why different animals are becoming endangered.

  9. Ugo Norcaro Ugo Norcaro says:

    Oi Get off our train John Burningham This book had me at Oi The story is making statements about the plight of endangered animals and the treatment, pollution of the environment Planet Earth , so loads of opportunities to link in with other topics There is a distinct pattern to the story layout which will help developing readers, as well as the repeated catch phrase from the book s title All the separate segments are cleverly interlinked, but at the same time providing convenient places to Oi Get off our train John Burningham This book had me at Oi The story is making statements about the plight of endangered animals and the treatment, pollution of the environment Planet Earth , so loads of opportunities to link in with other topics There is a distinct pattern to the story layout which will help developing readers, as well as the repeated catch phrase from the book s title All the separate segments are cleverly interlinked, but at the same time providing convenient places to stop and pick it up another time, allowing the teacher to spread the reading over several days The pictures are basic or you could even say childlike, which could well inspire confidence for children to attempt illustrate their own stories I think there is also a little darkness to the pictures, which is suited to the underlying tone of the book I m not too sure of the ending, is it a bit silly, maybe it s because I m a bit of an old fogey, I m sure children will love it Overall, there is lots and lots to stimulate a child s imagination in this book

  10. Desi Desi says:

    Huh This book was weeeeird The illustrations were gorgeous but the storyline was made up of animals getting on the imaginary train and then plaintively stating their imminent extinction I m 100% for saving the polar bears and raising awareness of these issues with children but this was a strange way to do it Even John Paul raises his eyebrow at the approach Buzzkill.

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