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eBook I Love Trains! download

by Shari Halpern,Philemon Sturges

eBook I Love Trains! download ISBN: 0060837748
Author: Shari Halpern,Philemon Sturges
Publisher: HarperFestival (May 23, 2006)
Language: English
ePub: 1474 kb
Fb2: 1740 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Cars Trains and Things That Go

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. I love trains First come engines, big and strong Pulling lots of cars along.

I Love Trains! By Shari Halpern, Philemon Sturges. lt;p In a follow-up to the well-liked

illustrated by Shari Halpern. A cheery, informative book for youngsters who love trains by the creators of I Love Trucks!

illustrated by Shari Halpern. A cheery, informative book for youngsters who love trains by the creators of I Love Trucks! Ages 3-6. ISBN: 9780064436670.

I Love Trains! by Philemon Sturges. illustrated by Shari Halpern. A follow-up to the successful I Love Trucks!, this rhymed picture book introduces the preschool set to trains and the jobs they do. ISBN: 9780060289003.

Опубликовано: 13 июл. 2018 г. A reading of I Love Trains! by Philemon Sturges, with illustrations by Shari Halpern.

Philemon Sturges, Shari Halpern (Illustrator). I read the first lines of this "Trains, trains, trains, I love trains. and my daughter throws the book. Oct 16, 2012 Joann Aubain rated it liked it. Get A Copy. New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers.

Shari Halpern has illustrated a number of books for children, including Hush, Little Baby and all five previous books in the I Love series. She lives in South Orange, New Jersey, with her husband and three children.

A boy expresses his love of trains, describing many kinds of train cars and their special jobs. Sturges, Philemon; Halpern, Shari, illustrator. no page number in the book. Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Children's, Children: Preschool, Transportation - Railroads & Trains, Juvenile Fiction, Transportation, Transportation - General, Board books, Railroad trains, Stories in rhyme. New York : HarperFestival. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

Sturges and Halpern (I Love Trains!, 2001, et. team up again for the not-unexpected airborne entry in their series of picture books on the apparatus of travel

Sturges and Halpern (I Love Trains!, 2001, et. team up again for the not-unexpected airborne entry in their series of picture books on the apparatus of travel. A child, most likely a little boy, declares his love of flying machines of all kinds from planes and jets to balloons and gliders. Sturges and Halpern (I Love Trains!, 2001, et. He lists the things he’d like to do while in the air: I want to land on the sea and not get wet,, Then zoom to grandpa’s in my jumbo jet!

Vivid paintings by Shari Halpern and light verse by Philemon Sturges take readers through the roaring world of rumbling trucks and reveal each truck's special job.

Vivid paintings by Shari Halpern and light verse by Philemon Sturges take readers through the roaring world of rumbling trucks and reveal each truck’s special job. What Kind of Book is I Love Trucks! Themes: trucks.

I love trains

First come engines, big and strong

Pulling lots of cars along.

Comments: (7)
Ricep
We have the board version of this book, which does not have any added information on the endpapers. Purchasers should be aware that the editions are not the same.

I purchased this book for my 21 month old daughter who is wild about trains (we live right next to the tracks). My daughter likes this book and I would recommend it if your child is train obsessed and fairly young. The simple, bold illustrations are clear and uncluttered. The text is also simple and to the point. It flows well enough when read aloud. It rhymes (kind of). There is just enough information for a younger toddler to learn something but not be overwhelmed (train cars carry different things). It is about real trains rather than toys.

I gave it four stars rather than five because I consider "chugga-chugga choo-choo" (by Kevin Lewis with pictures by Daniel Kirk) a five star book and this is just not in the same class. The board book version, at least, is very very short with few pages or words. It loses its flow at the end. I thought "weapon" for the "under wrap" also which gave it a menacing feel (though I frankly didn't think about it much, just didn't feel very warm and fuzzy, to be sure.) I agree that a space shuttle would be much, much bigger. However, there IS a space station in the companion "I Like Planes", so who knows that the author or illustrator intended. My 21 month old knows "plane" and "rocket" and has no opinion at all on how big a space shuttle is. I would venture to say few children young enough to be interested in this very simple text do. Also, we are still working "don't hit" and I venture to say that any discussions on the glory verses horrors of war are not in our near future. Therefore, the problem of dislike of that particular page is much more mine than my daughter's. I have no problem with telling my daughter that the thing under wraps is simply "a plane" or "a rocket ship".

More relevant to a younger child, I think, is that if the child's father does not happen to ride on a caboose past her house, the "I'm glad to see the car that carried Dad" is a little puzzling and now takes the scenario out of her realm of experience. I know that one reviewer suggested that, in the companion "I Love Planes" the child is imagining that Mom is on the Space Station and if one's child is unable to make that leap he or she is sadly lacking intellectually. I myself think that that intellectual exercise is a bit much for the younger toddler that I think this book is appropriate for.

Still, one can never have too many books on one's offspring's major passions, and I do not think that the snags inherent in this book are necessarily prohibitive to it's enjoyment by a rail entranced tot.
Rias
This is the perfect train book for toddlers and young preschoolers. I did not want too many words and I wanted the images to be very relatable. This book met all that. I cannot wait to give this book with a train set and learn all the car names together.
Honeirsil
I bought this book as a Christmas present for my 3 year old nephew who loves trains. He was so excited about this book! We read each page together, me reading and pointing to the words and then him reading while I pointed to the words. The text is so simple that after we read the book once, he practically had it memorized and was really impressed that he could "read" the book. As a Kindergarten teacher, I know that this is one of the first steps to actually reading, so I was very pleased that this book could offer this for him. Also, the page with the "secret stuff" seemed to be a space shuttle or airplane, covered with an American flag. At least that's what I thought, and my nephew (who also loves space stuff and airplanes) thought the same.

I also got the book "This Train" to go with this book and I would give it 5 stars as well.
Xig
nice sized book for my 2 year old. Colorful, simplistic pictures keep his attention. He can turn the pages by himself with good quality sturdy pages.
Nahelm
Cute little book, it kept our 2 year old grandson occcupied in the car fpr a 5 minute drive home from school!
Kison
If someone in your house loves trains, they will find a kindred spirit in the little boy who narrates this delightful book. He tells us what he likes about a passing train ("I like trains that hoot and roar/as they rumble by my door"), and the surprise at the end is sweet. Illustrations are bright, outlined scenes in a rural setting. Some illustrations are very simple and others are filled with activity. The boy's dad is mentioned and seen in the story, nice for kids to see. And, as a bonus, the endpages show and describe the various kinds of train cars -- the tender and engine, a hopper, boxcar, flatcars, a tanker, gondolas and the caboose. This is a deceptively simple book that can be a joy and an enrichment for you and your little train lover.
Skrimpak
Both of our boys love trains. Our 5 year old received this book years ago & we read it to him quite frequently. Our 1 year old loves trains too, and would look through the book on his own. Unfortunately, he ripped many pages out of the book in his overzealous search through the book. Our 5 year old insisted we replace it. It's a wonderful, simple, easy book for any child to read or listen to. I probably know this book by heart.
Like this book. My grandson will like it. He loves trains.