ISBN: 0307020975
EAN13: 9780307020970
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 12, 2001
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.24" H x 7.72" L x 6.46" W
Weight: 0.04 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   The books were a big hit -- sent along with ...
The books were a big hit - sent along with 16 others to a movie star couple for their new baby! Thanks for the support!
   Good book
The book is a charming parable in the "Harry Potter" series. It's a bit long and a little hard to follow but my son loves it. He's a big fan of trains, and it's nice to change from Thomas.
This is a delightful and educational little book for children, said Axelle. Tracks are also known as locos and round houses where trains can change directions. What would happen if a child did not learn?
This book is sure to become a cherished addition to any young child's library. He said: "There are a lot of great books out there.
   Too Wordy For My Toddler
The train frolicking in the daisies is, well, pretty cute, too.
   2 Year Old Grandson Loved It! We bought a Brio!
Each week, a new group of children will read Tootles!. He was only 2 when his mother brought him the book. He has been read to birth by a nurse since. He's a huge fan of the Harry Potter series, and I think he'll enjoy the book more than the movies. It shows them to follow their dreams, have a goal, work with others, have fun, make mistakes, and know that it's ok, what you thought was your original dream can change even into a better one! If one has the patience and has the time to sit and have fun with this book, it may be worth buying. We laugh at it because our grandson calls his train locomotive Tootle! There is a section that some do not like where it can get boring, the train maintenance staff talking about how they found daisies or buttercup in wheels, you can skip if you want to. Even a kindergarten-to-eighth-grade classroom.
   3 Major Cons
Before we get into the merits of this classic, let me state the cons. There are a lot of text files. Because there are so many pages of text, there is virtually no illustration. The flow is difficult to read because of names like "Lower Trainswitch," "which is a good story about listening and following the rules."
   I love this Story
It's great story, even for some children with high energy needs," Dr. Goin added. I have four grandchildren and three have loved this book to death, so I had to buy a new one for my 4 year old. He started getting really anxious half way through and now when I ask if he wants me to read it to him, he says it has too many words. The drags in a few spots don't help, he said. He's longer, but the action is constant and he loves that book.
   Cute story
It's a cute story, Mr. Rule told us. A couple pages are almost all words so it can be tricky to keep my 2 year olds attention if he's not into it.
   3 year old approves
Young may not be back in the studio for a long time yet. While he's great at the story, I loose his attention about two thirds in.