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by Vanessa van der Baan,Anne Rockwell

eBook Whoo! Whoo! Goes the Train download ISBN: 0060562277
Author: Vanessa van der Baan,Anne Rockwell
Publisher: HarperCollins (June 30, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 40
ePub: 1571 kb
Fb2: 1539 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Education and Reference

When Allan's parents surprise the train-obsessed youngster with a ride, he is thrilled to finally hear the real sounds of a. .But the train ride is only part of the surprise-TrainLand awaits.

When Allan's parents surprise the train-obsessed youngster with a ride, he is thrilled to finally hear the real sounds of a train rather than his own pretend ones. During the trip he visits the bathroom at the end of his car, gets his ticket punched by the conductor, walks between the cars to get a snack, waves to the people waiting at the crossings and watches out the window. But the train ride is only part of the surprise-TrainLand awaits

Whoo! Goes the Train book. Anne Rockwell, Vanessa Van Der Baan.

Whoo! Goes the Train book. Details (if other): Cancel. On Allan's first train ride, every twist and turn brings a new sound.

Anne Rockwell (Author, Illustrator), Vanessa van der Baan (Author). The book has a more defined plot than Rockwell's Trains (Dutton, 1988; . which introduces modes of train travel, and a few color concepts are included

Anne Rockwell (Author, Illustrator), Vanessa van der Baan (Author). which introduces modes of train travel, and a few color concepts are included. Unfortunately, the flow of the story is interrupted by the continual change of the text's placement.

By (author) Anne Rockwell, By (author) Vanessa Van Der Baan. The train goes over a bridge. Clang! Clang! It nears a crossing

By (author) Anne Rockwell, By (author) Vanessa Van Der Baan. Clang! Clang! It nears a crossing. Whoosh! The doors slide open at a station. Whoo! Whoo! Âdoesn't come until the very last stop, when he gets the best surprise of all. show more.

by Anne Rockwell and Vanessa Van Der Baan. The doors slide open at a station. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780060562274. Release Date:June 2009.

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About Jan van der Baan. Current City and Home Town. Delray Beach, Florida.

Author and Illustrator Anne Rockwell has created over one hundred childrens book titles . Animation artist van der Baan's coloring imbues Rockwell's art with a dazzling palette and almost painterly textures (in one scene, the gleaming train rides over a stone and metal bridge, with boaters and fishermen in the creamy purple water below). Though the plot is thin, younger train enthusiasts should appreciate and enjoy the journey.

Whoo! Goes the Train (9780060562274) by Anne Rockwell; Vanessa . She lives in Greenwich, Connecticut

She lives in Greenwich, Connecticut. Anne Rockwell is a pioneer in the field of nonfiction for very young children. She lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.

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On Allan's first train ride, every twist and turn brings a new sound.

Clickety-clack!

The train goes over a bridge.

Clang! Clang!

It nears a crossing.

Whoosh!

The doors slide open at a station. But Allan's favorite sound—

Whoo! Whoo!

—doesn't come until the very last stop, when he gets the best surprise of all.

Comments: (5)
Mpapa
We picked up this book from the library and whole my 18 months old loves it, I find it absolutely flabbergasting that this was published. The language is unfocused; the story doesn't always fit the pictures; and the artwork is muddy, forgettable, and amateurish. This is an ok bargain bin book.
Cetnan
My 7-yo enjoyed it immensely. He even learned to read it through on his own.
Andromathris
My son will read it over and over and over. Allan, in the book, is obsessed with trains, something my son can identify with. The book does a great job building the excitement of Allan's first train ride, and puts in all the fun details. If you have a train junkie like mine, you would enjoy my blog, and might get some ideas, (...)
Ytli
Seriously I could recite it backwards and forwards at this point and so can he. We read it about 10 times a day. My 37 month old son loves trains and loves this book. He even acts it out while playing.
Frostdefender
While the storyline is passable, the language, choice of words is pathetic. The ending is totally abrupt with Allan riding a locomotive...and then what? Nothing! For parents of train-loving kids, keep looking...this book is very disappointing.