Steam Train, Dream Train 1-2-3 Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-16 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 11 user ratings

" A bedtime board book story with counting fun. " said.

" I liked the way the book was laid 0ut, and I really liked the labeling of the different train cars. I'm a sucker for having detailed illustrations that let the kiddos look for the things called out in the text - "stack six balls up high, two other balls go flying by" - and I love the inclusion of some basic addition (the six balls and two balls adding up to eight). " said.

"In Steam Train, Dream Train 1-2-3, young children can learn their numbers from one to ten while enjoying the antics of the passenger animals, all getting ready for sleep in their own unique ways. Beginning with one “happy bear” controlling the purple engine—“ALL ABOARD!”—the cars roll on to a ten windowed red caboose carrying monkeys—one with a lantern, the other flying a kite . . .

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(also reviews Steam Train, Dream Train Colors)
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" A little too lengthy for a board book " said.

"From the authors of bestseller Steam Train, Dream Train comes two books to help kids learn numbers and colors.

Steam Train, Dream Train 1-2-3, takes kids on a ride while they learn numbers one through ten. Each page focuses on one number, the illustrations emphasizing that number in several different ways. The book starts with, “One engine holds one happy bear, rolling through the nighttime air. One headlight shines, one whistle blows, one bell rings as the engine goes.”

Young children also learn about the types of cars on a train, as animals ride in the engine, a flatbed car, a boxcar, hopper car, caboose, and more.

Steam Train, Dream Train Colors brings splashes of color while staying true to the overall look of the series. Animals, such as dinosaurs, monkeys, a giraffe, lion and others, ride the train. Some defy their normal colors, like a pink hippo and the purple bear. Others, like the white polar bear and the grey elephant, are more natural looking.

Both books feature soothing colors that evoke evening light, and they are great books to encourage little children to get sleepy while being read to.

The publisher provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
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" Excellent! Trains, first off, which we love! Also, some rhythm/rhyme (cadence at least) and counting. Love it! " said.

" My 22-month-old really likes this book. He pretty much recognizes the numbers 1-10 now, and enjoys being able to name the animals and items in the pictures. I like the texture of the illustrations, kind of colored-pencil-y and soft. " said.

" A bedtime board book story with counting fun. " said.

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