The Best Train Books for Kids Who Love Thomas & FriendsChoo, choo! If you have a train-obsessed child in your life, then you need to know about these terrific train books for kids, all recommended by fellow educators. In this wordless picture book, a young girl and her parents go on an unexpected adventure when they board a train that travels both above ground and in the subway. A young boy dreams of becoming a train operator like his father, grandfather, great grandmother and other family members. Trains provides young readers with a humorous look at the various types of trains. My Subway Ride chronicles every facet of what New York City train riders see, hear and experience on any given day on any train. Jessie, the New York City train has carried many passengers near and far beginning in the s.
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The Best Books for Train-Loving Kids
Little boys and trains seem to go hand-in-hand. And I have five of them boys, not trains. Well, really only three little ones now, and two big ones. On the Train by Carron Brown. Freight Train by Donald Crews. The Goodnight Train by June Sobel. Curious George Takes a Train by H.
All aboard! We are loading up with train books for kids. But, there are so many other wonderful books to explore too. This playful board book is illustrated by toddler favorite, Karen Katz. Fill up the train cars and get the train down the track. Trains Go by Steve Light will have little ones feeling like they are zooming along on a train. Enjoy Train Man by Andrea Zimmerman with a budding toddler conductor.
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Restricted interests. Special interests. Whatever you call them, it can be challenging when a child with autism is fixated on something all day, every day, to the exclusion of anything or anyone else. I knew the stereotypes about autistic people when my twins were diagnosed at 2. So I felt panicky when my son Luke began to obsess over trains and cars or pretend to be a firetruck for hours. For my other son Harry, it was perseverating with the alphabet, and later, about animals. You don't get it, I'd think.