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C Is for Caboose: Riding the Rails from A to Z #2020

C Is for Caboose Riding the Rails from A to Z Pack your bags for an unforgettable trip An unexpected mix of vintage illustrations and contemporary photos makes this word book about trains as entertaining to look at as it is to read With simple in

  • Title: C Is for Caboose: Riding the Rails from A to Z
  • Author: Sara Gillingham Steve Vance
  • ISBN: 9780811856430
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Hardcover
  • C Is for Caboose: Riding the Rails from A to Z By Sara Gillingham Steve Vance, Pack your bags for an unforgettable trip An unexpected mix of vintage illustrations and contemporary photos makes this word book about trains as entertaining to look at as it is to read With simple information about everything from the transcontinental railroad to the model trains, C Is for Caboose is sure to excite young readers natural curiosity and fill their heads wPack your bags for an unforgettable trip An unexpected mix of vintage illustrations and contemporary photos makes this word book about trains as entertaining to look at as it is to read With simple information about everything from the transcontinental railroad to the model trains, C Is for Caboose is sure to excite young readers natural curiosity and fill their heads with details they ll be eager to share.

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    1. C is For Caboose written by Traci Todd, Sara Gillingham, Chronicle Books, and illustrated by Steve Vance, is an excellent alphabet book for young kids in grades kindergarten through first grade This book has not received any awards, but its excellent mix of real life and illustrated pictures, as well as topic friendly content make it deserving of one The book starts with A and goes through the alphabet, all the way to Z , naming trains or things related to trains that start with that letter This [...]

    2. This was truly a great and interesting idea for an ABC book geared toward one specific subject, which is of course the train What made it even eye catching for me is the fact that I had ridden on the Amtrak last year alone and then my niece has been on train kick ever since then so when I saw it in the window I knew that it would be her book The book is well put together and does cover all the letters And what makes it different from other ABC books is the fact that not only is it educational b [...]

    3. I was really impressed with this ABC book I was worried about reading this to my 3 year old, but the explanations of each letter are nice and brief and surprisingly varied when it comes to trains and railroads I absolutely love the mix of old photographs, art, and vintage maps I was surprised by S which is a school train car something I had never read about before Also, when it comes to ABC books I always look to those odd letters Q, X, Z to see if the author cops out on them I d say the book pa [...]

    4. This is a great book for any children that love trains and it has some great upper level vocabulary but some of the words are very hard for a toddler The illustrations are excellent, some hand drawn and some photos My grandfather worked in the train yard many years ago and this book brought back many memories of the stories he d tell I highly recommend it

    5. It s probably great for little ones who love trains, but I thought it was long and boring Alphabet books are long enough as it is Having 2 3 items per letter makes it like reading a dictionary The historical photos mostly black white were interesting but didn t catch my little guy s attention.

    6. I don t care for this book I find it rather boring BUT, my 4 year old, who is a huge train lover, loves this book He picks it out often for me to read So if you have a little one that like trains, it will probably be a hit Otherwise, I imagine they will be squirming in their seats with boredom.

    7. how we love train books in our houseis title offers a lot of detail, combining illustrations and vintage photos, in an alphabet concept book for a train obsessed preschooler, this may be worth a purchase.

    8. Picture book 1 3 graphics, paintings or pictures per page explaining what the part is i.e K diagram of knuckle coupler which conects the cars of a train K also has a picture of Kings Cross in London from the 1930 s Super for the child obsessed with trains

    9. We LOVED this book Both my small people are really interested in trains and I loved the vintage style I love a well done alphabet book and this one definitely fit the bill It was engaging for my older toddler and my kindergartner and me.

    10. This was a fun read that had lots of really cool old pictures so you could see all kinds of trains, cars, people, etc A great book for train lovers.

    11. Way too long for the intended audience It teaches a lot about trains but information overload for a young child.

    12. I was surprised that, unlike many alphabet books, this one often included than one item for each letter It was an interesting overview of train related things from A to Z.

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