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[PDF / Epub] ✅ Where Do Steam Trains Sleep at Night? Autor Brianna Caplan Sayres – Wildlives.co

Take The Train To Dreamland With This Board Book Version Of The Chugging Bedtime Tale, The Perfect Companion To Where Do Diggers Sleep At Night AndWhere Do Jet Planes Sleep At NightHave You Ever Wondered What Little Trains Do When Its Time For Bed Same Things You Do Steam Trains, Freight Trains, Subwaysand Wash Up, Have A Snack, Load Their Teddies For Storytime, And Get Rocked To Sleep By Mommy And Daddy Trains Beneath A Blanket Of Stars Little One Track Mind Train Lovers Will Be Tickled To See How Bedtime Is Just The Same For Their Favorite Vehicles As It Is For Them Train Lovers Will Be Sure To Take This Bedtime Read For A Ride School Library Journal


5 thoughts on “Where Do Steam Trains Sleep at Night?

  1. says:

    Much like Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night, this book has excellent illustrations that my daughter seems to love Unfortunately, much like Diggers, this book also inherited some of the worst cadence I ve ever read Instead of improving on the prose, the author actually managed to become laughably worse I m not sure if it was supposed be some sort of awkward meta joke by making the writing a train wreck, but this book is downright uncomfortable to read aloud It took a week or two of readings before I could get Diggers to sound like it flowed This book, my daughter will probably outgrow the book before we get there.


  2. says:

    This is my almost two year old s favorite book at the moment I catch him flipping through it by himself over a dozen times a day Trains are his absolute favorite type of vehicle, so he much prefers this book than to the original Where Do Diggers Sleep At Night This is a great book to introduce toddlers to different types of trains It depicts a variety such as breakdown trains, fire trains, monorail, subway, etc The writing is subpar compared to the likes of Steam Train, Dream Train one of my family s absolute favorite , but the adorable illustrations and subject matter is sure to win over the heart of every train loving toddler.


  3. says:

    My 2 year old can t get enough of these books We read them frequently He loves the pictures They re detailed but never busy so we have just enough detail to talk about over over again The text similarly has sweet poetry without being too wordy for a toddler Reviewing for my son it gets 5 stars It s not quite the original but they definitely have my family coming back for Their new one about planes comes out next month we ve confidently pre purchased.


  4. says:

    After loving Where Do Diggers Sleep at Night, this seemed a logical purchase since our 2 year old loves trains even than other trucks The book illustrations are similar and nicely done, but the book itself just isn t as flowing or catchy as Diggers.


  5. says:

    Inadvertently this turned out to be a great book for those expecting a new sibling as well It was meant for my train obsessed 2 year old but all the pages have a big train and baby train pictured and my son has a great time assigning mommy , daddy and baby trains on each page There is also a mouse that he has to search for on each page so it becomes a very interactive book Very cute and longevity for entertainment.