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Clickety Clack

by Robert Spence

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Summary:
This is a very short and easy picture book talks about noisy train with full of animals. There were some noise on this train so every one became silent, wondering what made the noise. Finally they found out it was not one of them made the noise but the train itself.

Genre:
It's a modern fantasy book since the characters in this book are animals who can talk and act like human while the story also happened in the modern world.

Critiques:
1.The book is illustrated in collage pencil and ink but some times some shape of the images are kind of confused and hard to recogonized. The whole book is in a dark color style which makes the book looks dim.
2. The language in this book is clear and easy to be understand.

Comments on use:
1.Not bad for teachers to read this book in reading-aloud activity to teach them some new vocabulary or warm up the classroom .
2.They can ask students questions about " what will happen to you think that made the noise?"to let them imagine by themselves before reading next page to them.
  LaurieZeng | Apr 10, 2017 |
A little black train goes down the track. Clickety clack, clickety clack. There are chatting yaks, seven tumbling acrobats, a troupe of ducks going quack quack quack, and even some elephants on the little black train going down the track. With each new stop, the train gets more and more crowded, and noisier and noisier. Unfortunately for Driver Zach, two little mice give him a headache attack! This bright and colorful ride is packed with rhymes that will have even the littlest passengers chiming along. "The words bounce along to the rhythm of a train on its way, and the swell of the sound effects makes this a joy to read aloud."
  wichitafriendsschool | Jul 4, 2016 |
A trains goes down the track and gets noisier until the driver asks everyone to be quiet, then just the sound of the train itself is heard. ( )
  kidlit9 | Nov 30, 2007 |
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A little black train goes down the track. Clickety clack, clickety clack. There are chatting yaks, seven tumbling acrobats, a troupe of ducks going quack quack quack, and even some elephants on the little black train going down the track. With each new stop, the train gets more and more crowded, and noisier and noisier. Unfortunately for Driver Zach, two little mice give him a headache attack! This bright and colorful ride is packed with rhymes that will have even the littlest passengers chiming along.

"The words bounce along to the rhythm of a train on its way, and the swell of the sound effects makes this a joy to read aloud."
-Kirkus Reviews

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:00 -0400)

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A train gets noisier and more crowded as quacking ducks, dancing acrobats, talking yaks, and packs of elephants board.

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