Trains ePUB Þ Board Book

Trains ePUB Þ Board Book


    Trains ePUB Þ Board Book Trains and what they do Trains Board Book will delight the youngest and have enough meat for older preschoolers and beginning readers Kirkus ReviewsSupports the Common Core State Standards."/>
  • Board Book
  • 34 pages
  • Trains
  • Byron Barton
  • English
  • 08 February 2017
  • 0694011673

10 thoughts on “Trains

  1. Leah Irby Leah Irby says:

    I HATE these Barton books, but Judah loves the crap out of them But, since this is my Goodreads account I get to tell it like it is.


  2. Aubrey Aubrey says:

    My 19 month old son is obsessed with this book right now I read it to him no less than 12 times yesterday we just got it from the library yesterday , and he has read it on his own at least as many times since Little boys and their trains, who knew


  3. Mama Bibliosoph Mama Bibliosoph says:

    This little board book is an old classic that many 80s children will remember instantly from their own childhoods The illustrations are high contrast and favor primary colors, and so grab attention easily The cartoon like nature of the book makes Trains perfect book for playing I Spy, because without being too cluttered there are lots of setting elements that pop out.What s great about this book s text is its use of full, descriptive sentences that still keep the economy of words to a minimum This little board book is an old classic that many 80s children will remember instantly from their own childhoods The illustrations are high contrast and favor primary colors, and so grab attention easily The cartoon like nature of the book makes Trains perfect book for playing I Spy, because without being too cluttered there are lots of setting elements that pop out.What s great about this book s text is its use of full, descriptive sentences that still keep the economy of words to a minimum It s easy to point to the pictures and deliver the clear, declarative text like Here are the freight cars The caboose is last But what makes this book special for all its simplicity is how unusual it is for a book like this to be so filled with people passengers riding trains, workers fixing the track, an engineer driving the train, passengers waiting at the station, and a conductor helping them board For a child with autism who fixates on trains, and may not be as socially inclined, it s good to see how trains connect to people I review books for children from the perspective of a parent of kids with autism The review above is from a longer blog post about great books for kids who really love trains


  4. Ginelle Ginelle says:

    A short book with easy text and simple illustrations It introduces a number of different types of trains, giving their names, and sort of follows a commuter train as it travels down the track and to the station Overall, this is a decent book and there s nothing really wrong with it The sentences are nice an simple and could probably be used as a learn to read book But it s nothing fantastic, I would much prefer that it follow the storyline of the commuter trainclosely so the sequence A short book with easy text and simple illustrations It introduces a number of different types of trains, giving their names, and sort of follows a commuter train as it travels down the track and to the station Overall, this is a decent book and there s nothing really wrong with it The sentences are nice an simple and could probably be used as a learn to read book But it s nothing fantastic, I would much prefer that it follow the storyline of the commuter trainclosely so the sequence of events isclear to children


  5. Kathryn Bergeron Kathryn Bergeron says:

    This is a cute book about trains appropriate for, maybe, an 18 month old The version that I have is too small for story time, but it would be a good storytime book for young children.


  6. kim kim says:

    Simple solid


  7. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    All of my children have loved this book It is colorful and fun to spot the passenger train on each two page spread.


  8. Caitlinleah Caitlinleah says:

    This is very comfortable as it s the exact same setup as planes This is a very telling, not showing book.


  9. Mikki Mikki says:

    Bold simple illustration Human subjects appearing in pictures are diverse Early nonfiction on trains.


  10. Miss Sarah Miss Sarah says:

    A simple and clear picture book about a train loading up and taking off Toddler and up


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Trains[Epub] ❧ Trains Author Byron Barton – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Byron Barton introduces young readers to the fun of trains in this bold and colorful book All aboard as the train journeys through a town, past workers repairing the rails and into the station With si Byron Barton introduces young readers to the fun of Trains in this bold and colorful book All aboard as the train journeys through a town, past workers repairing the rails and into the station With simple text and vibrant illustrations, readers will learn about a variety of Trains and what they do Trains Board Book will delight the youngest and have enough meat for older preschoolers and beginning readers Kirkus ReviewsSupports the Common Core State Standards.


About the Author: Byron Barton

Byron Barton is the author and illustrator of many picture books for young children He has been honored by ALA, SLJ, and Reading Rainbow He worked as an animator for CBS before he started creating children s books He is currently making his illustrations completely on the computer.


10 thoughts on “Trains

  1. Leah Irby Leah Irby says:

    I HATE these Barton books, but Judah loves the crap out of them But, since this is my Goodreads account I get to tell it like it is.

  2. Aubrey Aubrey says:

    My 19 month old son is obsessed with this book right now I read it to him no less than 12 times yesterday we just got it from the library yesterday , and he has read it on his own at least as many times since Little boys and their trains, who knew

  3. Mama Bibliosoph Mama Bibliosoph says:

    This little board book is an old classic that many 80s children will remember instantly from their own childhoods The illustrations are high contrast and favor primary colors, and so grab attention easily The cartoon like nature of the book makes Trains perfect book for playing I Spy, because without being too cluttered there are lots of setting elements that pop out.What s great about this book s text is its use of full, descriptive sentences that still keep the economy of words to a minimum This little board book is an old classic that many 80s children will remember instantly from their own childhoods The illustrations are high contrast and favor primary colors, and so grab attention easily The cartoon like nature of the book makes Trains perfect book for playing I Spy, because without being too cluttered there are lots of setting elements that pop out.What s great about this book s text is its use of full, descriptive sentences that still keep the economy of words to a minimum It s easy to point to the pictures and deliver the clear, declarative text like Here are the freight cars The caboose is last But what makes this book special for all its simplicity is how unusual it is for a book like this to be so filled with people passengers riding trains, workers fixing the track, an engineer driving the train, passengers waiting at the station, and a conductor helping them board For a child with autism who fixates on trains, and may not be as socially inclined, it s good to see how trains connect to people I review books for children from the perspective of a parent of kids with autism The review above is from a longer blog post about great books for kids who really love trains

  4. Ginelle Ginelle says:

    A short book with easy text and simple illustrations It introduces a number of different types of trains, giving their names, and sort of follows a commuter train as it travels down the track and to the station Overall, this is a decent book and there s nothing really wrong with it The sentences are nice an simple and could probably be used as a learn to read book But it s nothing fantastic, I would much prefer that it follow the storyline of the commuter trainclosely so the sequence A short book with easy text and simple illustrations It introduces a number of different types of trains, giving their names, and sort of follows a commuter train as it travels down the track and to the station Overall, this is a decent book and there s nothing really wrong with it The sentences are nice an simple and could probably be used as a learn to read book But it s nothing fantastic, I would much prefer that it follow the storyline of the commuter trainclosely so the sequence of events isclear to children

  5. Kathryn Bergeron Kathryn Bergeron says:

    This is a cute book about trains appropriate for, maybe, an 18 month old The version that I have is too small for story time, but it would be a good storytime book for young children.

  6. kim kim says:

    Simple solid

  7. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    All of my children have loved this book It is colorful and fun to spot the passenger train on each two page spread.

  8. Caitlinleah Caitlinleah says:

    This is very comfortable as it s the exact same setup as planes This is a very telling, not showing book.

  9. Mikki Mikki says:

    Bold simple illustration Human subjects appearing in pictures are diverse Early nonfiction on trains.

  10. Miss Sarah Miss Sarah says:

    A simple and clear picture book about a train loading up and taking off Toddler and up

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