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Hey, Mr. Choo-Choo, Where Are You Going?

by Susan Wickberg

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This book was boring, but i feel since it's geared towards younger kids it would have been better for them. It had interesting illustrations, and i liked how the author used different color font, and repetition. This will definitely gain the readers interest, I just wanted more meaning. I honestly have no clue what the message of this book would be. ( )
  sceres1 | May 4, 2015 |
This would be great for two people to perform for storytime.
  STsouthregion | Dec 30, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0399239936, Hardcover)

This busy train is really going places! I?m puff-puff-puffin? / In my smokesmoke- stack. / Bells are clang-clang-clangin?. / I?m on the good track! He has people and cargo to carry past cities and towns, through a tunnel, across bridges, and up and down hills as he click-clack-clicks all the way to a favorite destination?the seashore!

With rhythmic verse that perfectly echoes the chugging of a train and whimsical paintings showing the various landscapes along the way, the youngest kids will be eager to take a ride with charming Mr. Choo-choo.

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A train engine hauls his cars from the city to the sea, answering questions about what he is pulling, seeing, and hearing along the way.

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