Crossing PDF/EPUB Þ Paperback

Crossing PDF/EPUB Þ Paperback

Crossing ❮Reading❯ ➳ Crossing ➬ Author Philip Booth – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk All Who Have Succumbed To The Allure Of The Railroad Will Be Stopped In Their Own Tracks By This Eye Filling, Show Stopping Debut Showcase KIRKUS REVIEWS Starred Review Start With A Vintage Poem By Ph All Who Have Succumbed To The Allure Of The Railroad Will Be Stopped In Their Own Tracks By This Eye Filling, Show Stopping Debut Showcase KIRKUS REVIEWS Starred Review Start With A Vintage Poem By Philip Booth, Whose Rhythms Recall The Cadence Of A Moving Freight Train Pair It With Detailed Realistic Paintings By Bagram Ibatoulline That Masterfully And Dramatically Capture An American Freight Train In Its Heyday, Along With All The Small Town Denizens Who Stop To Watch Its Crossing What You Have Is A Majestic Picture Book That Will Enthrall Train Enthusiasts Of All Ages And Delight Anyone Who Appreciates A Heady Dose Of Nostalgia.


10 thoughts on “Crossing

  1. Miss Pippi the Librarian Miss Pippi the Librarian says:

    Many train books focus on large parts of a train engine, cars and caboose Booth shares with the reader the details about trains boxcars, labels, logos, and locations He offers just a glimpse so the reader can take enjoy it as is or findinformation about the different systems and locations Today we wait at crossingsthan we ride trains, so this would be an excellent book to share with youngsters.Bagram Ibatoulline gives new life to text Booth s 1953 Crossing from Letter From a Many train books focus on large parts of a train engine, cars and caboose Booth shares with the reader the details about trains boxcars, labels, logos, and locations He offers just a glimpse so the reader can take enjoy it as is or findinformation about the different systems and locations Today we wait at crossingsthan we ride trains, so this would be an excellent book to share with youngsters.Bagram Ibatoulline gives new life to text Booth s 1953 Crossing ...


  2. Cassandra Cassandra says:

    I would have given this 3 stars but increased it to 4 because my daughter has asked to read it several times and likes it The illustrations are beautiful, and there are less than 10 words per page, but much of the ...


  3. Linda Lipko Linda Lipko says:

    A book that harkens back to a time when enjoyment was found from simple occurrences A long freight train runs through a small town As the townsfolk and children watch the trains and note the names on the outside, fun is had by all Originally a poem f...


  4. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    This is one of Emerson s favorite books, and has been since he was 22 months old I originally picked it up at a garage sale He loves the vivid pictures and details, and simple story line He will recreate the train scene on the floor with his own trains, and will read this book over and over.


  5. Taylor Parker Taylor Parker says:

    Genre PoetryGrade k 3STOP, LOOK, LISTEN The Crossing would be a great read for train lovers Throughout the book, it counts the number of train cars that pass through the crossing and all of the different materials in each train car The auth...


  6. Victoria Hawkins Victoria Hawkins says:

    Crossing written by Philip Booth and illustrated by Bagran Ibatoulline teaches children or adults about the different cargo that can be hauled by a train As cars drive over the track the lights, light up and the gate stripes slowly move down to stop the cars The engine passes as the people wait, there are many different types of cargo pas...


  7. Tahya Bruce Tahya Bruce says:

    I think this would be a perfect book for little boys It has all kinds of information about different cargo trains carry I feel like boys would be super interested in this book and it can even help them with real life When they see trains in reality, they will be working on their knowledge about the different cargo that is on that specific train I wouldn t recommend it to a class because it wouldn t catch everyone s attention not unless the teacher was talking about trains Other than that, I I think this would be a perfect book for little boys It has all kinds of information about different cargo trains carry I feel like boys would be super interested in this book and it can even help them with real life When they see trains in reality, they will be working on their knowledge about the different cargo that is on that specific train I wouldn t recommend it to a class because it wouldn t catch everyone ...


  8. Matthew Matthew says:

    This is a primary poem with world class illustrations It s full of train terminology, never a strong personal interst, expertly presented I have to admit that when it came to this book, I was lost in the illustrations, completely swept away.


  9. Lowell Lowell says:

    Absolutely love the illustrations in this simple kids book.


  10. Kelly Kelly says:

    Ibatoulline s paintings beautifully bring Philip Booth s 1953 poem to life.


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10 thoughts on “Crossing

  1. Miss Pippi the Librarian Miss Pippi the Librarian says:

    Many train books focus on large parts of a train engine, cars and caboose Booth shares with the reader the details about trains boxcars, labels, logos, and locations He offers just a glimpse so the reader can take enjoy it as is or findinformation about the different systems and locations Today we wait at crossingsthan we ride trains, so this would be an excellent book to share with youngsters.Bagram Ibatoulline gives new life to text Booth s 1953 Crossing from Letter From a Many train books focus on large parts of a train engine, cars and caboose Booth shares with the reader the details about trains boxcars, labels, logos, and locations He offers just a glimpse so the reader can take enjoy it as is or findinformation about the different systems and locations Today we wait at crossingsthan we ride trains, so this would be an excellent book to share with youngsters.Bagram Ibatoulline gives new life to text Booth s 1953 Crossing ...

  2. Cassandra Cassandra says:

    I would have given this 3 stars but increased it to 4 because my daughter has asked to read it several times and likes it The illustrations are beautiful, and there are less than 10 words per page, but much of the ...

  3. Linda Lipko Linda Lipko says:

    A book that harkens back to a time when enjoyment was found from simple occurrences A long freight train runs through a small town As the townsfolk and children watch the trains and note the names on the outside, fun is had by all Originally a poem f...

  4. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    This is one of Emerson s favorite books, and has been since he was 22 months old I originally picked it up at a garage sale He loves the vivid pictures and details, and simple story line He will recreate the train scene on the floor with his own trains, and will read this book over and over.

  5. Taylor Parker Taylor Parker says:

    Genre PoetryGrade k 3STOP, LOOK, LISTEN The Crossing would be a great read for train lovers Throughout the book, it counts the number of train cars that pass through the crossing and all of the different materials in each train car The auth...

  6. Victoria Hawkins Victoria Hawkins says:

    Crossing written by Philip Booth and illustrated by Bagran Ibatoulline teaches children or adults about the different cargo that can be hauled by a train As cars drive over the track the lights, light up and the gate stripes slowly move down to stop the cars The engine passes as the people wait, there are many different types of cargo pas...

  7. Tahya Bruce Tahya Bruce says:

    I think this would be a perfect book for little boys It has all kinds of information about different cargo trains carry I feel like boys would be super interested in this book and it can even help them with real life When they see trains in reality, they will be working on their knowledge about the different cargo that is on that specific train I wouldn t recommend it to a class because it wouldn t catch everyone s attention not unless the teacher was talking about trains Other than that, I I think this would be a perfect book for little boys It has all kinds of information about different cargo trains carry I feel like boys would be super interested in this book and it can even help them with real life When they see trains in reality, they will be working on their knowledge about the different cargo that is on that specific train I wouldn t recommend it to a class because it wouldn t catch everyone ...

  8. Matthew Matthew says:

    This is a primary poem with world class illustrations It s full of train terminology, never a strong personal interst, expertly presented I have to admit that when it came to this book, I was lost in the illustrations, completely swept away.

  9. Lowell Lowell says:

    Absolutely love the illustrations in this simple kids book.

  10. Kelly Kelly says:

    Ibatoulline s paintings beautifully bring Philip Booth s 1953 poem to life.

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