That's Not My Train... PDF À That's Not PDF/EPUB or

That's Not My Train... PDF À That's Not PDF/EPUB or

That's Not My Train... ❴Reading❵ ➸ That's Not My Train... Author Fiona Watt – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A variety of textures, large coloured images and a search for my train aims to captivate the very young Each spread combines an illustration and a texture with simple text to develop sensory and langu A variety of textures, large coloured images and a search for my train aims to captivate the very young Each That's Not PDF/EPUB or spread combines an illustration and a texture with simple text to develop sensory and language awareness A first book for babies and toddlers which encourages interactive play.


10 thoughts on “That's Not My Train...

  1. Carley Carley says:

    The criticism I have for this book is that the touch and feel portions could beuser friendly.


  2. Ricki Ricki says:

    Cute board book that my son loves


  3. R. R. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Picked this up for my son because he loves cars and planes, so thought he might enjoy thisautomotive book in his collection he has a lot of the animals He loves That s Not My Truck, but so far hasn t really dived into this one I like that the transport books have some different textures that the animal books don t A nice change of pace, especially when you have several of the series.


  4. Dave Dave says:

    Nice picture touch and feel book Both kids got a kick outta it Ironically Jack used to say that s not our train a lot on various train platforms, and I never connected it back to this book till now.8 10


  5. Byron Snapp Byron Snapp says:

    The kids really liked all the books in this series from about 6 months to a little over 2 years It has a nice touch and feel portion on each page and the book only has a little text They liked to try and find the little mouse on each page too which isn t really part of the book.


  6. Paul Paul says:

    Noah wasn t as enthused but the textures this time, but did like the big, bold engines.


  7. Cara Byrne Cara Byrne says:

    With adjectives like rusty and bumpy, a mouse tries to find his train A baby storytime read.


  8. Suzanne Kunz Williams Suzanne Kunz Williams says:

    Fun to see some older andmodern trains This author knows how to pick subjects that children are fascinated with.


  9. Lyndsey Lyndsey says:

    The touch and feel parts were bigger than a quarter BIG win just for that, but the kiddos loved it.


  10. Miss Sarah Miss Sarah says:

    Another great touch and feel book where readers learn and touch the differnt parts of trains as they try to find the right one baby and up


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10 thoughts on “That's Not My Train...

  1. Carley Carley says:

    The criticism I have for this book is that the touch and feel portions could beuser friendly.

  2. Ricki Ricki says:

    Cute board book that my son loves

  3. R. R. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Picked this up for my son because he loves cars and planes, so thought he might enjoy thisautomotive book in his collection he has a lot of the animals He loves That s Not My Truck, but so far hasn t really dived into this one I like that the transport books have some different textures that the animal books don t A nice change of pace, especially when you have several of the series.

  4. Dave Dave says:

    Nice picture touch and feel book Both kids got a kick outta it Ironically Jack used to say that s not our train a lot on various train platforms, and I never connected it back to this book till now.8 10

  5. Byron Snapp Byron Snapp says:

    The kids really liked all the books in this series from about 6 months to a little over 2 years It has a nice touch and feel portion on each page and the book only has a little text They liked to try and find the little mouse on each page too which isn t really part of the book.

  6. Paul Paul says:

    Noah wasn t as enthused but the textures this time, but did like the big, bold engines.

  7. Cara Byrne Cara Byrne says:

    With adjectives like rusty and bumpy, a mouse tries to find his train A baby storytime read.

  8. Suzanne Kunz Williams Suzanne Kunz Williams says:

    Fun to see some older andmodern trains This author knows how to pick subjects that children are fascinated with.

  9. Lyndsey Lyndsey says:

    The touch and feel parts were bigger than a quarter BIG win just for that, but the kiddos loved it.

  10. Miss Sarah Miss Sarah says:

    Another great touch and feel book where readers learn and touch the differnt parts of trains as they try to find the right one baby and up

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