Trains! Trains! Trains!
Annotation:Rhythmic words and full-color fabulous photographs make this perfect for the child who insists on seeing a book about a "real" train.
Annotation:William Bee is never your typical author/illustrator and this book is no exception. Great sound effects make this an ideal readaloud, as do the goofy pictures. A very British book.
Annotation:A perfect little board book about kids traveling through hill and dale on their way to the beach. Works perfectly in its format for the youngest listeners.
Annotation:If you have a kid who'd really like to know all the different parts of a train, you can't do better than this rhyming title. Bound to be beloved!
Annotation:Perhaps the best train-related board book of all time. Shows different kinds of trains and the sounds that they can make. Incredibly satisfying, don't be surprised if your kids clamor for it again and again and again.
Annotation:A 1949 reimagined and re-illustrated for the modern age. Kids watch two trains, one big and sleek, the other a toy, as they go on remarkably similar journeys.
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For the discerning toddler desperate for train books of every shape and color, here are some of the best choo-choos on the market today. Enjoy them in a storytime or just one-on-one.
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