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Steam Train Dream Train by Sherri Dusky Rinker and Don Lichtenheld

Steam Train, Dream Train: Sherri Duskey Rinker, Tom Lichtenheld Beautiful cadence to the story, and beautiful illustrations to accompany (age years)

Tom Lichtenheld’s colorful pastel illustrations in the Steam Train, Dream train by Sherri Duskey Rinker (author of Good Night, Construction site)

Dream Train Craft to Settle Kids at Bedtime

Decorate Workshop: Design and Style Your Space in 8 Creative Steps: Amazon.es: Holly Becker, Debi Treloar: Libros en idiomas extranjeros

Decorate Workshop: Design and Style Your Space in 8 Creative Steps Holly Becker, Debi Treloar: Books

List of books for girls of different ages, great for going to the library and sifting through all the books.
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List of favorite read-aloud books for girls. Organizes books according to children's age.

An awesome list of the very best children's books of 2012 with reviews of each book.

An awesome list of the very best children's books of What is your favorite picture book last year? This is a great list of books.

Exploring the Art Style of Steam Train, Dream Train with a preschooler @ Play Trains!

Exploring the Art of Steam Train, Dream Train (Part 2)

A kids' art project for preschoolers to explore the art from the picture book, Steam Train, Dream Train, with chalk pastels and train stencils.

Steam Train Dream Train book craft with pillowcases by Happy Birthday Author: Happy Birthday Sherri Duskey Rinker - August 4

Happy Birthday Sherri Duskey Rinker - August 4 Many years ago, while a senior in college, I designed a bulletin board with my wife for .

Exploring the art of Steam Train, Dream Train -- the follow-up to Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site -- with my preschooler by drawing trains.

Exploring the Art of Steam Train, Dream Train (Part 1)

There's a few on here I haven't heard of. Maybe it's time to get Jackson a library card.

Miller talks about how important read alouds are. It is also very important to allow students choice in the read alouds.

Otto: The boy who loved cars by Kara LaReau http://www.amazon.com/dp/1596434848/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_LpUnub06XQFB3

Otto: The boy who loved cars: Kara LaReau, Scott Magoon: Luke's fave from our latest library haul.

Little Tug:  A quaint book about the underappreciated tug boat.  He helps everyone get in and out of the harbor and they repay him in toots and hugs.  Simple text, toddler and pre-school appropriate.

Shop Little Tug Board Book by Stephen Savage. Little Tug may not be very tall or very fast, but when the big ships in the harbor need help, they know they can count on him to be there with a push, a pull, and a ride to safety.

My Very First Mother Goose, retold by Iona Opie, illustrated by Rosemary Wells

Beginning Books--Nursery Rhymes, with Mother Goose, rhymes and repetition introduce kids to the rhythm of books: My Very First Mother Goose: Iona Opie, Rosemary Wells:

Full Steam Ahead: The Race to Build a Transcontinental Railroad: Rhoda Blumberg: 9780792227151: Amazon.com: Books Expansion || 1850-1930

Tales of the race to complete the Transcontinental Railroad are often full of interesting characters and events, and can capture not only a child's attention, but his or her imagination as well.

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