I Love Trains! ePUB é I Love PDF/EPUB ²

I Love Trains! ePUB é I Love PDF/EPUB ²


I Love Trains! [BOOKS] ✫ I Love Trains! ✵ Philemon Sturges – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A follow up to the successful I Love Trucks , this rhymed picture book introduces the preschool set to trains and the jobs they do A follow up to the successful I Love Trucks , this rhymed picture book introduces the preschool set to trains and the jobs they do.


10 thoughts on “I Love Trains!

  1. Ben Ben says:

    The art is lazy, flat, and boring The rhymes are really forced and secret stuff that s under wrap is just totally meaningless to a little kid wtf


  2. Vivian Vivian says:

    This was the perfect book to introduce our train themed story time for pre schoolers The sparse text has elements of rhyme and just enough story to hold little one s attention.The performer began by saying I love hotdogs , anticipating some in the crowd to correct her by saying trains , which did happen in one session However, in the first session someone in the crowd said, me too So the performer said, I love airplanes More agreement from the crowd Finally we all settled on trai This was the perfect book to introduce our train themed story time for pre schoolers The sparse text has elements of rhyme and just enough story to hold little one s attention.The performer began by saying I love hotdogs , anticipating some in the crowd to correct her by saying trains , which did happen in one session However, in the first session someone in the crowd said, me too So the performer said, I love airplanes More agreement from the crowd Finally we all settled on trains It is fun to play with the audience a bit There is a double page spread where cows and hogs are pictured as freight Take this opportunity to have the children make mooing and oinking sounds One page pictures lumber as freight Have the children show how long the logs are by stretching their arms apart without bumping their neighbor, of course There is a page where the freight is top secret and under wrap Have them guess what it is They love this The last page pictures a red caboose car, providing a perfect segue to singing Little Red Caboose


  3. Megababy Megababy says:

    I love trains so we thought I would love this book but it s just ok Mom thinks it is fun to read because of the way it rhymes But I don t understand most of the things that are on this train and instead I mostly just point at the animals and say chooo choooooo And there is an airplane on the train but they don t call it that for some reasons.


  4. Melanie Melanie says:

    Sturges, known for his simple, yet effective, storybooks, does it again in this book about trains The end pages include info regarding the different types of train cars and the story explains the different products a train might carry Fantastic for train enthusiasts.Highly recommended for storytime.


  5. Jill Jill says:

    Great book for toddlers and babies with it s clean, bright, engaging illustrations and sparse text And you learn what a train does in a straightforward way.


  6. Miss Sarah Miss Sarah says:

    A simple toddler and up book about all things trains very easy to follow and cute


  7. Suzie Suzie says:

    Cute kids book but not much substance to it.


  8. Cheyenne Cortesi Cheyenne Cortesi says:

    This is a cardstock book for beginning kindergartners and is a total of twenty eight pages This story is about a little boy likes to watch trains pass and note the differences He loves the last train best This book does a great job of keeping the terminology simplistic for the reader It also is created in such a way for the students to be able to hold the book well This book does lack some sort of lesson to the story, however This book can be used in the classroom to teach students on how This is a cardstock book for beginning kindergartners and is a total of twenty eight pages This story is about a little boy likes to watch trains pass and note the differences He loves the last train best This book does a great job of keeping the terminology simplistic for the reader It also is created in such a way for the students to be able to hold the book well This book does lack some sort of lesson to the story, however This book can be used in the classroom to teach students on how to make a simple book for younger minds In addition to that, this book can be used to show the class how you can change formatting or design for the book in order to improve reading ability For example, making the book cardstock so that it is easy to hold and thus possible to read Sturges, P 2006 I Love Trains New York, NY HarperCollins Publishers


  9. jacky jacky says:

    A classmate brought this book in as part of her Literacy History presentation on her daughters I gave this a read through because it was short and had huge print, but also because I think of a friend s half brother whenever I see train stuff for little boys This would be a great book to teach about trains or to keep a child who already loved trains entertained The front and back pages identify the parts of a train, but the bulk of the book reviews the info some and the ending is cute.


  10. Asho Asho says:

    Here is yet another train book my son picked out at the library It s not my favorite of the many, many train books we have read this year, but it is cute enough After just a couple of readings my son can sort of read it to me, which is sweet The pictures are colorful and clear I think the end where the dad is on the caboose is a little strange as far as storybook twists go, but my son likes looking at the pictures of the family, so whatever.


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10 thoughts on “I Love Trains!

  1. Ben Ben says:

    The art is lazy, flat, and boring The rhymes are really forced and secret stuff that s under wrap is just totally meaningless to a little kid wtf

  2. Vivian Vivian says:

    This was the perfect book to introduce our train themed story time for pre schoolers The sparse text has elements of rhyme and just enough story to hold little one s attention.The performer began by saying I love hotdogs , anticipating some in the crowd to correct her by saying trains , which did happen in one session However, in the first session someone in the crowd said, me too So the performer said, I love airplanes More agreement from the crowd Finally we all settled on trai This was the perfect book to introduce our train themed story time for pre schoolers The sparse text has elements of rhyme and just enough story to hold little one s attention.The performer began by saying I love hotdogs , anticipating some in the crowd to correct her by saying trains , which did happen in one session However, in the first session someone in the crowd said, me too So the performer said, I love airplanes More agreement from the crowd Finally we all settled on trains It is fun to play with the audience a bit There is a double page spread where cows and hogs are pictured as freight Take this opportunity to have the children make mooing and oinking sounds One page pictures lumber as freight Have the children show how long the logs are by stretching their arms apart without bumping their neighbor, of course There is a page where the freight is top secret and under wrap Have them guess what it is They love this The last page pictures a red caboose car, providing a perfect segue to singing Little Red Caboose

  3. Megababy Megababy says:

    I love trains so we thought I would love this book but it s just ok Mom thinks it is fun to read because of the way it rhymes But I don t understand most of the things that are on this train and instead I mostly just point at the animals and say chooo choooooo And there is an airplane on the train but they don t call it that for some reasons.

  4. Melanie Melanie says:

    Sturges, known for his simple, yet effective, storybooks, does it again in this book about trains The end pages include info regarding the different types of train cars and the story explains the different products a train might carry Fantastic for train enthusiasts.Highly recommended for storytime.

  5. Jill Jill says:

    Great book for toddlers and babies with it s clean, bright, engaging illustrations and sparse text And you learn what a train does in a straightforward way.

  6. Miss Sarah Miss Sarah says:

    A simple toddler and up book about all things trains very easy to follow and cute

  7. Suzie Suzie says:

    Cute kids book but not much substance to it.

  8. Cheyenne Cortesi Cheyenne Cortesi says:

    This is a cardstock book for beginning kindergartners and is a total of twenty eight pages This story is about a little boy likes to watch trains pass and note the differences He loves the last train best This book does a great job of keeping the terminology simplistic for the reader It also is created in such a way for the students to be able to hold the book well This book does lack some sort of lesson to the story, however This book can be used in the classroom to teach students on how This is a cardstock book for beginning kindergartners and is a total of twenty eight pages This story is about a little boy likes to watch trains pass and note the differences He loves the last train best This book does a great job of keeping the terminology simplistic for the reader It also is created in such a way for the students to be able to hold the book well This book does lack some sort of lesson to the story, however This book can be used in the classroom to teach students on how to make a simple book for younger minds In addition to that, this book can be used to show the class how you can change formatting or design for the book in order to improve reading ability For example, making the book cardstock so that it is easy to hold and thus possible to read Sturges, P 2006 I Love Trains New York, NY HarperCollins Publishers

  9. jacky jacky says:

    A classmate brought this book in as part of her Literacy History presentation on her daughters I gave this a read through because it was short and had huge print, but also because I think of a friend s half brother whenever I see train stuff for little boys This would be a great book to teach about trains or to keep a child who already loved trains entertained The front and back pages identify the parts of a train, but the bulk of the book reviews the info some and the ending is cute.

  10. Asho Asho says:

    Here is yet another train book my son picked out at the library It s not my favorite of the many, many train books we have read this year, but it is cute enough After just a couple of readings my son can sort of read it to me, which is sweet The pictures are colorful and clear I think the end where the dad is on the caboose is a little strange as far as storybook twists go, but my son likes looking at the pictures of the family, so whatever.

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