Fans of The Polar Express and Steam Train, Dream Train will be eager to climb aboard this enchanting, rhyming bedtime story that whisks young readers along on a dream-like adventure through a magical world filled with majestic, colorful animals.
Can't sleep? Then hop aboard the Moonlight Train and get ready for a dreamy, nighttime adventure! A toucan will take your ticket, an elephant is your engineer, you can climb the giraffe's long neck for a look-out, and a lion will tuck you into your sleeping car with a bedtime story. Ready to join us? All aboard!
Children and parents will love the clickety-clack rhythm of this enchanting, rhyming bedtime tale that whisks little readers through a magical forest on the most unusual and wondrous train ever. Annie Won's luminous, captivating art creates a joyous world of beautiful animals that will delight the youngest reader. It's your ticket to a perfect bedtime read-aloud.
About the Author
KRISTYN CROW is the author of the Zombelina picture book series, with art by Caldecott Honor illustrator Molly Idle. She loves to use rhythm, rhyme, and repetition to make reading snappy and fun. Her first book, Cool Daddy Rat, received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly and School Library Journal and was named a 2008 Blue Ribbon Book by the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books. Other books include Hello, Hippo! Goodnight, Bird!, Skeleton Cat, and Bedtime at the Swamp. Kristyn enjoys visiting schools, where she teaches rhythm in verse with a variety of percussion instruments to help improve reading skills. Visit Kristyn online at KristynCrow.com and follow her on Twitter at @kristyncrow.
ANNIE WON received an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, in New York City. She is the illustrator of the picture book In the Quiet, Noisy Woods and two titles for Little Golden Books: The Elves and the Shoemaker and Margaret Wise Brown's The Whispering Rabbit. Learn about her work at anniewon.com.
"Not sleepy? Then grab your ticket to the ride of a lifetime. Young railroad enthusiasts with a reluctance for bedtime will heartily embrace this gentle trip on the ultimate animal train line. . . . Part zoo, part train, all bedtime."—Kirkus