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135 Results
I saw an ant on the railroad track —Prince, Joshua.

Jack, a railroad switchman, frantically tries to save an ant who is heading east on a westbound track, straight into the path of an oncoming freight train.

The great brain robbery —Bell, P. G. (Peter Gwilym), author.

Eleven-year-old Suzy Smith and the crew of the Impossible Postal Express must race through the Uncanny Valley and the Cloud Forge to save the Union-- and Trollville-- from a new threat.

Bear on the train —Lawson, Julie, 1947-

One fall day, deep in the mountains, Bear smelled grain. He followed that smell down the mountain, over the river, into a town, and onto a hopper of a westbound train. Nobody saw him but Jeffrey. -- Thus begins a most un...

Mailing May —Tunnell, Michael O.

In 1914, because her family cannot afford a train ticket to her grandmother's town, May gets mailed and rides the mail car on the train to see her grandmother.

All aboard! —Wishinsky, Frieda.

Emily and Matt's sled drops onto a train speeding through the Rockies. Will they witness the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway?

Dinosaurs explore! —Nakamura, May, author.

The Pteranodon family takes a trip on the Dinosaur Train deep inside the Earth, where they explore the rocks and wildlife they find there.

The Berenstain bears : all aboard! —Berenstain, Jan, 1923-

The Bears are on a steam train trip across Bear country. Mama and Papa enjoy the scenery but the cubs want to learn about the train. With luck, Grizzly Jones might let them blow the train whistle.

5 classic Golden Book tales : step 1 books, a collection of five early readers.

Collects five tales starring the most beloved Little Golden Book characters of all time.

Smokey —Peet, Bill.

When Smokey the steam engine hears that he's headed for the junk yard, he decides to have one last, long journey. But unexpected obstacles keep Smokey from enjoying his ride and he ends up at the bottom of a pond, certai...

Seymour Simon's book of trains. —Simon, Seymour.

Explores different trains and their uses along with full-color photographs that capture the beauty and power of steam trains, diesel trains, electric trains and more.

The train ride —Crebbin, June.

A journey on a train provides excitement, nice scenery, and pleasant anticipation.

Hero of the rails

Thomas and pals must save a broken-down engine from the scrap heap.

Thomas & friends. Christmas on Sodor

Terence takes a shortcut across a frozen lake while collecting Christmas trees for the holiday market. Disaster strikes as the ice begins to crack, leaving Terence nervously waiting to be rescued. Meanwhile, Daisy is sad...

Trainstop —Lehman, Barbara.

In this wordless picture book, a young girl takes a train and makes a stop at a most unusual place where she has an important task to perform.

Night train —Stutson, Caroline.

Rhyming text presents a nighttime train ride through the countryside, with lightning on the tracks, rattling cars, and the welcoming lights of the station at the end of the journey.

Chuggington. Wheels to the rails

Honk your horns - toot! toot! It's the traintastic world of Chuggington where eager engines Wilson, Koko, and Brewster are learning to become working trains. The Great Frostini helps the trainees try for their ice-cream ...

The railway children

When their father is sent away to prison, three London children move to the country where they keep busy preventing accidents on the nearby railway, making many new friends, and generally learning a good deal about thems...

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