Little Red Caboose
ISBN: 0307021521
EAN13: 9780307021526
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 27, 2000
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 7.8" L x 6.5" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Classic train book
Classic book, beautiful illustrations by Charles Dicken. The perfect for a little train lover. The book arrived in good condition. Binding is hardcover and the book seems really tight.
   I read this book to my daughter a million times ...
When I was a million times reading this book to my daughter, I could literally recite the book from memory. I bought a copy for my future great-nephew with the hopes that he enjoys the book as much as his cousin did.
   My Children's Favorite Book!
When they were little, this was my favorite, so I bought it for my grandson for Christmas. I hope he loves it as much as his daddy did when he was this age.
   I know they will like them.
This and other Little Golden Books purchased for the library in the village I volunteer in Ghana. I grew up with these books and wanted to share them with the children who were not exposed to them. I know that they will like them.
   My son loves it! Lots of great pictures and new words to learn.
My almost 2-year-old son asks over and over again for this. He calls it the Aboose. I was excited that he liked it because I remember my mother reading it to me and my younger siblings as a kid. My son puts his hands in the air and says, Yay! Caboose on the second-to-last page for the caboose on the second-to-last page. It is very cutesy. I also love how much detail goes into each illustration. So many new books today have very minimal illustration, but this book has so much so that it is easy to point out new and different things each time we go through it. We especially love all the different animals on each page, so that he learns animals and animal sounds as well as a number of other vocabulary words. Glad I bought it! )
   Great story but surprisingly poor quality for the book that is a classic.
Due to the poor quality of the book, I can not give it more than 3 stars. I had requested a replacement when the book arrived with the binding peeling a bit and the front and back covers were cut slightly smaller than the pages inside, so that the pages actually stick out. Plus, the pages were difficult to turn with the way the book is bound, because you are not able to fully open the book. I thought I had received a defect of the manufacturer ''. The replacement arrived and was the same, except that the binding was not peeling. This is a book that I bought just as an e-book, since Random House does not seem to want to put much effort into the paper version.
   The Classic LIttle Red Caboose
Another in a long line of the Little Golden Book series for young children. This was bought as a gift and we hope it provides a good foundation for young ones who need pictures to understand the story and a willing parent to read to them, and then a great tool for them as they learn to read. Well laid out, easy to read and photos are wonderful. I had this book as a child and loved it, so glad to see that it remains a classic even in today's technology driven world.
   Sweet, wonderful
Sweet, wonderful, old-fashioned story. Was shocked when I saw the Indian encampment in the illustrations and then realized that this book was written long before it was politically correct.
   Love the classics
purchased this book and others to restore a local children's reading room damaged during the Texas freeze by water. Was thrilled to see the old kids still love these young classics.
There is something to be said about the feel of a real book instead of a tablet. I got this to pass to my kids, as mine was so damn worn out. In general, I have no complaints about the build quality... skip the politics on the story for Christ's sake... it's a children's book. They were happy that it had trains, a small but beautiful character and a seemingly happy ending without the adult modern day pc psychological reasonings.