Steam Train, Dream Train
ISBN: 0545641454
EAN13: 9780545641456
Language: English
Pages: 0
Dimensions: 0.73" H x 8.43" L x 5.85" W
Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   Wonderful book for all!
It was a Christmas present for my 3 year old. We have Goodnight Site Contractors, so I thought he would like this, Bruno said. Freddie is a huge fan of the foam, and LOVES it. We're delighted Penguin Random House has chosen to read this book 500 times a day!
 
4
   Not as good as Goodnight Construction Site, but still nice..
My son loves construction trucks and trains so I figured this book was a no brainer as a follow-up to Goodnight Construction Site. The wording is a little long and complicated, and doesn't seem to flow easily enough, especially for a night-time reading book. The book's illustrations are a bit dark and not as interesting as the writing. I think he will grow up to be a fine writer.
 
5
   Delightful Bedtime Read For A Train-Loving Two Year Old
Our book critic, our two-year-old grandson, gives this book five stars _ and it's one of the must-reads before bedtime. Even with the addition of the photo, the illustrations are vivid without overwhelming the story.
 
5
   Magical book
Our 3-year-old has it memorized. It's just that the writing is so lyrical. It is also highly original—as wonderful as Goodnight Construction Site—but not at all a replica of that book. The interaction of words and pictures is part of the magic, and speaks to a deep synergy between author and illustrator, he said.
 
5
   Great addition to our collection!
It's just that I love to find new books for my little one as I hate reading the same thing every night. We had recently added this to our collection and unfortunately I had to hide it. 0 4171171 3171 "Fallen Tree" by John Berryhill "Fallen Fall" by Robert Penn Warren "Fallen House" by Pauley "Fallen Fall" by John Berryhill "Broken House" by Mary Berryhill "Broken Tree" by Paul Berryhill "Ripped House" by John Berryhill "Cracked" by Christopher Berryhill "Broken House" by Mary Berryhill "Broken House" by Paul Berryhill "Fallen" by Paul Berryhill "Fallen House" by Paul Berryhill "Fallen House" by Mary Berryhill "Broken House" by John Berryhill "Fallen House" by John Berryhill Even though Dean made a point of saying he's not a fan, he loved it. Turner said he expects the tax will be "pretty high." I had to be patient, because he insisted I read it over and over again until it suddenly went missing. It will be found again as it was a good story, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It's short enough that it's a perfect read for bedtime but long enough that it will allow for adequate snuggle time and the pictures are amusing, too.
 
5
   My son loves this book
After reading him, Goodnight, goodnight Construction Site, I knew that he would love this book. I love the illustrations, the book says. It looks like it took a lot of work, Mr. Dhaliwal said. I can only imagine what the original storyboards looked like, Mr. Booher said. We read it often because he just loves this one and that construction, so much. It's just that they call it, "The Blair Witch's." That is, if you think about it, ridiculous. Its a child's story, we're not talking about War and Peace, Tutu said. If your kid doesn't like it, donate it to your local library and move on, but to trash a kid's book because of lack of story line is just insane. Some people, I think, forgot what it was like to be a kid and have an imagination, not worry about a grown-up storyline.
 
4
   Not as good as Goodnight Construction Site, but still nice..
My son loves construction trucks and trains so I figured this book was a no brainer as a follow-up to Goodnight Construction Site. The wording is a little long and complicated, and doesn't seem to flow easily enough, especially for a night-time reading book. The book's illustrations are a bit dark and not as interesting as the writing. I think he will grow up to be a fine writer.
 
5
   Delightful Bedtime Read For A Train-Loving Two Year Old
Our book critic, our two-year-old train-loving grandson, gives this book five stars _ it's one of the must reads before bedtime. The illustrations are vivid without being overwhelming, the story says.
 
5
   Magical book
Our 3-year-old granddaughter absolutely loves it. It's just that the writing is so lyrical. It is also highly original—as wonderful as Goodnight Construction Site—but not at all a replica of that book. The interaction of words and pictures is part of the magic, and speaks to a deep synergy between author and illustrator, he said.
 
5
   Great addition to our collection!
I love to find new books for my daughter as I hate reading the same thing over and over. He loved it, said Blair. A lot of people die in Iraq each day. He insisted I read it over and over again until it suddenly went missing, sometimes for two weeks. Eventually it will be found again as it was a good story, Mr. Rule told the judge. It's short enough that it's a perfect read for bedtime but long enough that it will allow for sufficient snuggle time and the pictures are entertaining, too.